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.

Hall Users

The Hall has re-opened for use, so long as users respect governmental social distancing requirements.

Booking sheets are now open again, please have a look at these to see if the Ken Williams Room or the deHavilland Room is available at the time you require

We are still able to offer the hall to assist in providing essential services. If you have a requiremen then contact the trustees

Coronavirus Crisis

Hazlemere Hall trustees are supporting local volunteers who are providing essential supplies for local vulnerable residents.

Charitable Grants

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 Hall Publishes 20-21 Accounts.

Jan 2022

Hazlemere Hall’s 2020-2021 annual accounts have been published and registered with the charity commissioners

Hazlemere Hall administers fund for self-isolating residents.

March 2020

Hazlemere Memorial Hall is administering a fund to make it easier for volunteers pay for essential supplies required by local residents.

Hazlemere Hall closes for duration of Coronavirus crisis.

March 2020

Hazlemere Memorial Hall will be closed for the duration of the coronavirus crisis. We will be keeping the usual slots open for the clubs and groups that meet.