Building record MYO4104 - Memorial Hall, Haxby

Summary

Village school and schoolmasters house built in 1876. It served as the village school until 1954 when it was replaced by the Ralph Butterfield school. At this time it became the village hall and was renamed Haxby Memorial Hall to commemorate the dead of two World Wars. It is important for its contribution to the variety of the village street scene and is one of the individually important buildings identified in the Conservation Area description of Haxby. Included in the list for these reasons; and also as a memorial to those from Haxby lost in two World Wars; for being a tangible link with the Victorian history of the village; and for its place in the social history of the village, recalled with affection and valued by many who attended when still a school. Nominated for inclusion on the Local List of Heritage Assets.

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 6083 5823 (32m by 33m)
Map sheet SE65NW
Civil Parish Haxby, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Record last edited

Apr 26 2021 10:45AM

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