Welcome to Maulds Meaburn Village Institute
MMVI is a modern village hall with rooms for hire and a bumper programme of events for the whole community.
We’re right in the heart of Maulds Meaburn, one of Cumbria’s prettiest villages, and we’re also at the heart of the community. From coffee mornings to curry nights, we run events that bring people together – young and old, villagers and visitors. We’re also a well-equipped venue to hire for your own events, from weddings to fitness classes.
MMVI is run entirely by friendly and dedicated volunteers,
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who go the extra mile to give you a fantastic experience, whether you’re attending one of our events or running your own function.
Browse our forthcoming events and explore our first-class facilities for hire. We look forward to welcoming you to the Institute soon!
A hub for the community
Maulds Meaburn Village Institute is a community venue, run by volunteers from the local area.
The Institute exists to provide a service for the community, bringing people together through a varied programme of events throughout the year and offering a great venue for social activities and a meeting place for clubs and organisations.
A village hall has existed on the current site for many years, with the new building opening in 2011.
The MMVI team
Maulds Meaburn Village Institute is run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers – from committee members to dedicated people who help in all sorts of ways.
We come from all walks of life, but what we all have in common is that we want the Institute to be a vibrant hub for the community, bringing people together.
Office bearers: Chair, Secretary, Room Booking Secretary
No one can predict the Cumbrian weather...
But maybe MMVI could help?
Table football – Snooker table – Pool table – Table tennis
if the weather is keeping you indoors then why not challenge Family and friends to your very own ‘It’s a knock-out’?
We are happy for you to hire our hall and make use of all these facilities:
6′ snooker table,
5′ pool table and
full sized table tennis table.
We are a modern welcoming building with a large heated hall, fully accessible to all and with superfast broadband too.
All hourly hire enquiries to our booking secretary Vanda via 01931 715391
Find out more about our facilities and rates below. If you’d like to make a booking, please contact us on 01931 715391, or via the contact page
Maulds Meaburn Village Institute (MMVI)exists to provide a service for the community, bringing people together through a varied programme of events throughout the year and offering a great venue for social activities and a meeting place for clubs and organisations.MMVI is a community venue, run by volunteers from the local area – from committee members to dedicated people who help in all sorts of ways. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, but what we all have in common is that we want the Institute to be a vibrant hub for the community, bringing people together. We always welcome extra pairs of hands and there are lots of ways to help out, whether you can spare a little time or a lot. Could you help as a volunteer? - Visit our
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