Greenford Hall is a stunning and versatile venue with a range of spaces that can accommodate all aspects of your special day.
Extensively refurbished in December 2011, this venue has been transformed, offering a diverse range of rooms. It’s an ideal venue for wedding parties of all sizes with the elegant wood-panelled Assembly Hall accommodating up to 400 guests for dining with the use of an adjacent ante-room. Smaller rooms can accommodate everything from a dressing area to a children’s play area.
First opened in 1966, the Scandinavian-influenced interior of the hall was transformed during the refurbishment and your guests will certainly be impressed with the state of the art sound and lighting system that can create eye-catching effects around the hall, for your dining space,and party after dinner.
You can hire Greenford Hall on an ‘exclusive use’ basis ensuring that you and your guests can enjoy this wonderful space all to yourselves. It’s excellent position, with easy access to the M40 and M4, Heathrow and central London, make it a perfect place to host a big event. Car parking is also available at the hall.
Greenford Hall was built after a 12-year campaign by the people of Greenford to obtain a public hall for the town. It was officially opened on 16 April 1966 by one of the country’s foremost stage and film actors, Dame Edith Evans.
The venue can accommodate events from 10-500 guests, depending on the room layout.
The Cyril Grant Room located on the first floor offers a complementary area to the Assembly Hall or can be hired separately. It can accommodate 100 guests for dining.
There are two smaller rooms that can be utilised as required. The Ravenor Room and the Ruislip Room) can accommodate 20 – 50 people (depending on the room layout). The Ravenor room has a plasma screen and internet access; the Ruislip Room is more informal.
The Assembly Hall has a balcony that overlooks the dining/entertaining space below. This can be booked as part of your special day.
We provide a list of accredited caterers for your convenience.