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Hazlemere Hall supports Chiltern Stroke Club

July 2018

A great day for the Trustees of Hazlemere Memorial Hall. We have now made our first charitable donation to a Hazlemere based ‘good cause’. In this instance we have helped towards the cost of all members of the Chiltern Stroke Club attending a live music event which will have a theraputic value for the group. Our contribution will cover the cost of hiring a specially adapted coach that ensures all members, including those who are wheelchair users, benefit from the experience.
If you are a not-for-profit organisation or individual looking for personal enhancement AND based in the Parish of Hazlemere then please bear us in mind. We may be able to help.
For further information relating to criteria and how to apply please visit our website at Hazlemerehall.org  

Hazlemere CIO distributes charitable grants

May 2018

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, for more details see the website

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.

Looking to the future the trustees are determined to continue to improve the attractiveness of the hall, by improving the environment and making it easier to book. The hall was built for the benefit of the community, and the trustees intend to ensure that the building lives up to this legacy, both by being well used and by generating a fund that can be used for the benefit of the community.

The Little Cherubs Nursery will continue in the hall offering their service to the community.

The Club Room is available to book at any time, and the larger function room is available at weekends.