Charles Morris Hall

The hall is a traditional village hall in a small hamlet of Hertfordshire, Tyttenhanger Green.   Set in a lovely location with lots of open space surrounding and a children’s play area.

To make enquires about facilities, availability, or booking the Hall.

email: bookings@charlesmorrishall.org.uk
website: www.charlesmorrishall.org.uk

Colney Heath Village Hall

Come to the heart of our Village, our hall is an ideal venue for adult and children’s parties, meetings, conferences and club activities. The hall is a perfect venue for all community events. We have two facilities available for hire, our main hall a fully equipped community room.

Facilities

Main Hall is a light and bright venue with large stage. The full capacity of the hall can seat 160 people use of chairs and tables. It is suitable for corporate /training day’s small functions, and group and club meetings. Community room can seat 30 people.

Both are fully wheelchair accessible and have access to our fully equipped kitchen. Outside facilities include direct access to heath land, children’s soft play area and parking.

Enquires and Bookings

Please contact John Clemow e: jackclemow@gmail.com or call/text +44 7803 313 525 for further information.

Colney Heath Women’s Institute

The Colney Heath Womens Institute, formed in 1953, meet in the Village Hall on the second Thursday of every month at 7.45pm for talks on many diverse subjects from crafts and homecraft to international affairs.

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Rainbows, Brownies & Guides

Colney Heath Girl Guiding

Colney Heath Beaver Scouts

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Colney Heath Cub Scouts

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Colney Heath School PTA

Earthworks

Earthworks are an award-winning local charity nurturing people with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.

They support Earthworkers – who are people with learning disabilities – and their volunteers to manage 3.5 acres of beautiful eco-gardens in St Albans. They cultivate fruit, vegetables and ornamental plants using organic principles, and build wildlife habitats. By providing purposeful activity, they develop skills, build confidence, boost health and well-being. They champion social inclusion and sustainability.

They sell fruit and vegetables, herbs, plants, crafts and their own apple juice and honey. Find out more here.  Also look out for seasonal events throughout the year.

website: http://www.earthworksstalbans.co.uk/