About Morton Hall Community Centre

Our Mission

Morton Hall Community Centre is the largest venue based on the eastern side of Macclesfield, Cheshire, run by Volunteers on a non-profit basis. We aim to keep the Hall open and in good repair for all to use.


The Main Hall has a capacity of 200 and can accommodate up to 100 people with tables and chairs.  It is available for hire by the community and voluntary groups.  Facilities include the Main Hall which is a large hall with stage, sprung dance floor, acoustic ceiling tiles, sound system, and adjoining commercial kitchen plus four other smaller meeting rooms. 

Our History

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).


During recent years the building has been refurbished and facilities upgraded thanks to funding from Awards for All and a number of WREN grants.


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


Reg. Charity No. 1105157.  Company No. 4700429

The Hall Today

The building is home to many local community groups including a variety of fitness groups such as Fit4Mummy, Pilates, Yoga, Karate, Zumba, Tia Chi. Also Paining and Drawing, Life Drawing, Macclesfield String Orchestra, and the Tuesday Community Group.  We also hold a monthly Community Coffee Morning to which everyone is welcome to attend.  


The hall is perfect for day-time children's parties, fund raisers, training sessions, and private and public meetings, and funeral wakes. New users are always welcome and we will be very happy to show you around and match the perfect space for your needs to one of the five available to hire.


The Hall is run entirely by volunteers:


Jacqui Whibberley – Director and Trustee; Chair, Secretary Event Bookings

Councillor Mick Warren – Director and Trustee, Vice-Chair - Council Connections, Local Community Access

Christine Tomlinson – Director and Trustee - Document Checker and Proof Reader

Frances Bell – Director and Trustee - Campaigning, Facilitating Meetings, Software Evaluation, and GDPR Champion

Simon Leah – Director and Trustee - DiY Maintenance, Late Event Closing, and IT Systems

Adam Wilson – Director and Trustee; Competent Health and Safety Person

Mike Melia - Director and Trustee, and Treasurer



Plus our other Volunteeers who help with our Community Coffee Mornings, Special Events, Opening and/or Closing, as well as with re-painting, maintenance, and special cleaning tasks.


NB. A limited number of regular hirers may be co-opted onto the Committee at the AGM held each May.

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We are a non-profit organisation. If you can support us in any way, please check out the Volunteer page for more information.


Morton Hall Community Centre

Union Road  
SK11 7BN


To make all booking enquiries please first check our published calendar which shows availability and then complete our Enquiry Form providing full details of your requirements. 

Please remember to include setting up and clearning away time e.g. a two hour children's party will require a MINIMUM of 3 hrs. We then  get back to you asap to confirm continued availability and a price.


We look forward to hearing from you!

Company No. 4700429

Reg. Charity No. 1105157

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