Welcome to the Hazlemere Memorial Hall Website.
Hazlemere Hall is run by a charitable trust, with the objectives of providing a facility for the community of Hazlemere and using any excess funds for the benefit of the community or its members.
There are two rooms available for general booking. The Ken Williams Room is available for most of the week and includes a bar, The De Havilland room is a much larger room which is available at the weekend which are currently used for a range of activities, as well as fully equipped changing-rooms.
The Hall is used by a range of classes in the evening as well as the Little Cherubs Nursery and Pre-school.
In the day time the Ken Williams Room makes a great, good value, location for large business meetings.
At the weekend the De Havilland Room is used for parties and for larger activities
The Hazlemere CIO is able to distribute small grants for Hazlemere people and organisations that are consistent with our objective.
For more information and instructions on how to apply see this page
Hazlemere CIO distributes charitable grants
Hazlemere CIO is now in a position to issue charitable grants. This follows a year of progress getting the charity on a stable financial footing.
Grants can be issued to people or organisations from Hazlemere where the grant enhances the facilities of clubs and organisations or offers personal enhancement to individuals.
Hazlemere CIO had published a guide to obtaining a grant.
New Board of Trustees
1 Oct 2017
The Hazlemere Memorial Hall Trustees changed in May 2017. Brian Mapletoft and Natasha Howard left the trustees while Russ Murden, Ian Baker and Steve Roy have joined since then.
The new trustees have agreed that they want to make the Hall more attractive for residents to use for as wide a range of activities as possible. The main rooms have been improved and the bookings process has been simplified, as they can be taken by the website (http://hazlemerehall.org) or by email or phone.