A warm welcome to
St John's Church Hall

Snods Edge, Shotley Bridge,
Consett, Co Durham DH8 9TJ

(Also known as 'The Snods')


Our spacious and friendly Church Hall is located in the beautiful rural hamlet of Snods Edge in the south of Northumberland about 4 miles from Consett.

The Hall is home to the Snods Edge Sunday Teas which attracts visitors from all over the North East and has raised money for numerous good causes over the last 30 years.

There is an excellent range of facilities to meet most requirements for any event including:
  • Main Hall & Smaller Meeting Room
  • Licensed Bar
  • Professional Kitchen
  • Full Central Heating
  • Baby Changing Facilities
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • Capacity for 120 People
The Hall is a popular venue for a wide range of community groups and also for public, private and corporate functions. There are a number of public events, both annual and one-off, that are held throughout the year and organised by the Hall Committee.
This website provides details of the various activities and events happening during the year in the Hall and the information required if you wish to consider using the Hall for your own event. 
If you need any more information please do not hesitate to contact us.


LATEST NEWS
SNODS EDGE ART FESTIVAL 2017
The Art Festival over the August Bank holiday weekend was very busy and a great success. Many thanks to all the talented artists and crafts people who exhibited their fantastic work and to all those who attended the event.

Snods Edge Sunday Teas 2017 Season
Please note that our annual Sunday afternoon teas finished on Sunday 10th September, a week earlier than originally planned. It has been another busy summer with different voluntary groups or charities running the Teas.
A huge thanks to everyone who supported the Teas in any way and to all of you who attended this year. We hope to see you all again next year.

Facebook site for St. John's Church and Hall
Check out the new site for all the latest news on what's happening at St. John's. On Facebook search for 'St Johns Church and Hall'