Brief History of Morton Hall

Built in 1939 as a social club for the workers at the nearby Hovis Mill. The large basement has an unusual ceiling, built to withstand blasts, as it was used as an air raid shelter in WW2. There was a tunnel from Union Road into the basement so residents could get there quickly.


Many Macclesfield residents have fond memories of Morton Hall when it was home to a youth club which was run during the period when Cheshire County Council actively managed the building (1972 to 2002).


In 2002 it was leased by a group of local residents on a two year lease, and is still rented from Cheshire East with an all-repairing 25 year lease with 10 years remaining.


Our income is gained from hiring out the building. The Hall is currently undergoing a series of repairs and improvements made possible by grant funding from the New Homes Bonus from Cheshire East,- £16,566.79, £2,000 for 2 new fire exit doors and other repairs from Macclesfield Town Council  and our own contribution.of £5,000.


In 2017 we received grant funding from, Macclesfield Town Council for small kitchen quipment and also from Cheshire East in 2017 for china and cutlery.  In the past funding was provided by Awards for All, and the WREN project.  Any profits are ploughed back into the building for repairs and improvements.


Today, Morton Hall Community Centre is a Registered Charity run by a Company Limited by Guarantee.


Reg. Charity No. 1105157.  Company No. 4700429


We are a non-profit organisation, and a registered charity run entirely by a very small group of Volunteers. If you would like to support us in any way, please read the Volunteer page, and then Contact us via the Contact page


Company No. 4700429

Reg. Charity No. 1105157

Print Print | Sitemap
© Morton Hall Community Centre 2013–2018