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Charles Morris Hall as seen from Tyttenhanger Green

Introduction

The Charles Morris Hall is a traditional village hall in the hamlet of Tyttenhanger Green, a couple of miles south east of the historic city of St Albans, in the county of Hertfordshire, to the north of London ... England.

The Hall was built in 1974 at the behest of the residents of Tyttenhanger Green.  The building was financed by the sale to the City & District Council of land left to the the community by the late Charles Morris, a local businessman, after whom the Hall is named. A brief biography of Charles Morris may be viewed here.

We believe we have one of the best village halls in Hertfordshire and although we could keep this wonderful asset to ourselves, we are pleased to offer it for hire to individuals and organisations outside Tyttenhanger Green.


A plug for the 2018 Sustainable St Albans Week

Wild About Our Common

Afternoon of Saturday, 28th April

FREE EVENT AT Colney Heath Village Hall, AL4 0NS

Come and enjoy…

  • Depart at 13:30 on a five (5) mile walk from the Village Hall led by St Albans Footpath Society

And between 14:00 and 17:00...

  • WI tea and cake stall

  • Guided walk on Colney Heath Common (14.45 to 15.30)

  • FREE children’s activities including; nature trail, natural art, face painting, bug hunts and fun learning!

  • Display of local children’s art inspired by the Common

  • Bats (Live!), birds and butterflies

  • Dog walk, Informative Posters and ‘Common on Camera’ display

Limited parking (near school) - better to travel sustainably

 

Book the Hall early to secure 
your preferred date 
and avoid disappointment

It doesn't cost a penny to make a CONFIRMED booking at the Hall as Deposits (preferably in the form of cheques) are NOT banked before a booking.  The Hiring Fee - which must be received by the Booking Officer no later than four weeks before the date of the booking - may be banked before the date of the booking.

If you are interested in making a casual (i.e. one-off) or regular booking of the Hall please browse the links to Casual Bookings on Saturdays and Regular Bookings Sundays through Fridays respectively in the left-hand column to see if your preferred times and date are available or contact the Booking Officer.  Don't forget to read the small print!

For further information on the booking procedure click here.


PROVISIONAL bookings will NOT 
be held indefinitely and will LAPSE 
automatically after one month

The Booking Officer will have responded promptly to your request for a PROVISIONAL booking so please have the courtesy to reply within a reasonable time. 

One-off bookings at the Hall remain PROVISIONAL until the Booking Officer acknowledges receipt of one copy of the completed and signed Hiring Agreement and the Deposit (if any).

PROVISIONAL bookings will NOT be held indefinitely at the risk to the Hall of losing another booking on the same date.

PROVISIONAL bookings will LAPSE automatically if, after one calendar month from the date the Booking Officer sent the PROVISIONAL booking documentation to you, the Booking Officer has not received the completed and signed Hiring Agreement and the Deposit (if any).   Remember, cheques speak louder than phone calls or e-mails!

The Management Committee will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by a prospective hirer in connection with a PROVISIONAL booking which lapses under these booking terms.


WiFi at the Charles Morris Hall

The Management Committee is delighted to announce the Hall is equipped with WiFi for the benefit of hirers.

The WiFi is password-protected and the current password is displayed on the wall in the main Hall.

The WiFi password may be changed from time to time with the aim of preventing potential abuse of this facility


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