Hornsey Town Hall
About Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall is a Grade II* listed building in the heart of Crouch End, owned by Haringey Council.
Since 2007, the council has been working in partnership with local preservation trust the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust to find the best way of restoring the heritage features of this much-loved art deco building and allowing spaces within the building to be made accessible to the public for the first time in many years, as well as securing its long-term future.
Central to the aims of the council and the Trust is the shared desire to:
- Restore Hornsey Town Hall in a way that respects its Grade II* listed status
- Provide a financially sustainable future for Hornsey Town Hall
- Restore its public spaces and ensure they are fit for purpose
- Allow cultural, community and other activities to take place in the Town Hall
- Allow public access to the building
- Make a positive contribution to the local economy
For more information about the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust, visit their website or email email@example.com
Hornsey Town Hall FAQs
We know how important Hornsey Town Hall is to local residents and we also know that can lead to some anxious concerns about its future.
Our Frequently Asked Questions section offers detailed answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Hornsey Town Hall and the building’s future.
While plans to secure a long-term future for the Town Hall – including repair, restoration and community access – are ongoing, parts of the building and the Town Hall Square may be available for interim uses such as community and cultural events and filming hire. For more information and rates, see hiring a space at Hornsey Town Hall.
During 2015, parts of Hornsey Town Hall are being operated on an interim basis by arts group ANA as the Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre. Their programme of events ranges from art exhibitions to theatre and cultural activities. For more information, and to enquire about taking part in HTH Arts Centre or hiring space at the Town Hall, visit the Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre website (external link).
For the latest on Hornsey Town Hall visit our news and updates page.
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