• Palace Square Survey

    We have launched a survey for all residents of and visitors to Enfield Town to hear your views of the proposed Palace Square development. The survey is being independently run by Civic Voice. Your views count so please use this option to share them with Civic Voice, the national charity which engages communities with planning issues which affect their lives.

    If more than one person wishes to complete the survey from the same household, each person should use a different device. The survey can be completed using a phone, tablet or desktop computer.

Jubilee Hall hire

Jubilee Hall, Parsonage Lane, Enfield

Jubilee Hall is the headquarters of The Enfield Society and is located at 2 Parsonage Lane, Enfield, EN2 0AJ. The Hall is available for hire.  [Find us on Streetmap]

It is a clean carpeted hall with kitchen and toilet facilities. It seats 80 and would suit local groups and societies for meetings, conferences and lectures, or smaller groups for activities such as yoga, book clubs, adult education etc.

Regrettably we cannot accept one-off bookings for parties or social events. The hall is also unsuitable for children’s activities.

For further information or to discuss your requirements please leave a telephone message on (020) 8363 9495 or send an e-mail message to hall.bookings@enfieldsociety.org.uk with “Jubilee Hall” in the subject line.

Hire charges for Jubilee Hall

Monday to Friday, day-time to 18.00First two hours£29.00
3rd and subsequent hours£8.00
Monday to Friday evenings after 18.00; Saturday day and eveningFirst two hours£32.00
3rd and subsequent hours£8.00
Administration charge for one-off hirers (will be refunded if a subsequent hire is made within 6 months)£5.00
Minimum period of hire is 2 hours. No lettings on Sundays.
The rates for 3rd and subsequent hours are per hour or part of an hour.
The use of the Tea Making Room is included; kettles are provided but not crockery.

History of Jubilee Hall

The Hall is a WW1 timber building and was given to The Enfield Preservation Society (our name until 2007) in 1986 by local business man Don Gresswell. This generous gift is acknowledged by a plaque in the Hall. Considerable renovations to the building were needed by The Society before the Hall could be used.

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