Whilst remaining a place of worship, the project will create state-of-the-art facilities for everybody. These will include a flexible 600-seat auditorium, new facilities for the disabled, a concert and events box office, a community café and purpose-built facilities for the Malton Free Fridge, which provides free surplus food to more than 30,000 people a year

Christmas Worship

On 10th December - the 2nd Sunday of Advent - please join us at 10am at Malton Cemetery Church when George Moules will lead our Worship - coffee, tea and biscuits to follow!


Author: Richard Lukey

Location: 10, Plum Street,, Norton on Derwent

The Hub project in a page

The Hub will become an enabler to serving a wide variety of community interest groups



£370,000 funding secured

Malton’s Wesley Centre secures £370,000 from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund


Author: Richard Lukey

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