Wark Hall

The Wark Hall is community based hall, vested in Trustees, but available for use by community groups in the Belleek area. It is situated on the Main Street of Belleek, beside the Church and is a convenient meeting point for many.

Apart from Church activities, the Hall is widely used by different groups such as ‘Young at Heart’ on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, Slimming World’ on Wednesday evening, each week, and Irish Dancing classes on Tuesday evenings.

As one of her fundraising efforts, Nellie Wark who came to stay at Capt. Mackays guest house at Heronshaw, Belleek – invited guests to sign a Tablecloth and make a donation to the Hall Fund. Nellie then hand embroidered each signature. This framed tablecloth now has pride of place in the Hall, and is a great talking point for all visitors. Click on the image to see if you can find your name!

There is a Street Market in the town on the third Tuesday of each month and the hall is open for teas/coffees and the sale of good, used clothing, flowers, jams, cakes etc. and bric-a-brac. The proceeds from these sales go to charities and also towards the upkeep of the hall. Additional Market days are held 4 times a year on Bank Holidays - March, June, August and December. In particular the 17th March – ST. PATRICKS DAY as this is a special celebration in our village.

Recent News



The worlds biggest coffee morningf

The Macmillan Cancer Support Friends wish to thank most sincerely everyone for their generous support at the annual coffee day in the Wark Hall, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh on Friday 26th September 2008. TOTAL RAISED £1066.37.

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

A coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Care was held in the Wark Hall on Fri 29th September by the 'Friends of Wilma'. Many people from Belleek community and beyond, generously supporting the coffee morning and at the moment £1140 has been raised. Donations are stilll coming in. See more. . .


Easter Bible Club

An Easter Bible Club was held in the Wark Hall, Belleek on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Read more . . .