East Street, HU17
In 1918, when soldiers returned from the First World War, a local landowner donated land for a hall for the use of these lads and other people in the village. Leven Recreation Hall was opened on East Street in 1921.
It is a typical village hall and a very important part of the community, being host to many of the villages' activities including parties, meetings, weddings etc. The 'tin shed' (as it is affectionately known) has seen substantial refurbishment over the years and has been awarded prizes for the work undertaken. It can safely accommodate 100 people and is wheelchair friendly.
The Hall is available for hire to Leven residents for clubs, societies or family gatherings.
Room Bookings can be secured by phoning Des or Margaret Wilkinson on 01964 544 883
Is based in the Recreation Hall, and serves not only the local community but also the communities of nearby villages. Books can be renewed in person, by telephone or by letter. Library users can also renew and request items on-line. Please ask library staff for details of your pin number.
The library has a large collection of books of all genres, including large print books and audio tapes and CDs. There is an extensive children’s and teenage section.
Items can be ordered free of charge from other libraries in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and the library has a photocopier for public use for a small charge.
Two internet computers with broadband access for public use are available.
Further information is available on 01964 543 360 during opening hours, or on 01482 392 722 during normal office hours.
Open Wednesdays 10.30am to 12.30pm and 3.30pm to 7.00pm