Murray Park Hall venue hire
Murray Park Hall is situated in the grounds of Murray Park. It is an ideal venue for community groups, meetings, children's parties and family functions.
The hall is 14.5 metres by 10.5 metres and can hold 100 people theatre style and 80 seated for a formal dinner.
There is a small self catering kitchen available.
All rooms on the ground floor with access for the disabled.
Monday - Friday 9am - 11pm
Saturday 9am - 11.30pm
Sunday 10am - 11pm
Please note that the hall is not available to hire on Bank Holidays.
There is a car park available and buses serve the area. Whitton BR Station is located approximately 10 minutes away.
Frequently asked questions
What sort of events can be held at the hall and what is the maximum number of people that can be accommodated?
Murray Park Hall is suitable for community meetings and events, children's parties and family functions. It can seat up to 100 guest theatre style and 80 guests for a formal dinner.
How can I arrange to view the hall and facilities?
If you then wish to arrange a viewing or have any queries regarding a date email email@example.com.
How much does it cost to hire Murray Park Hall?
For a list of charges see the Murray Park Hall hire charges 2013-2014(pdf, 23KB). There is a minimum hire of four hours for one off bookings and two hours for a regular booking. For any queries please contact a Lettings Officer.
Do you provide furniture, tableware and cooking utensils?
Tables and chairs are provided but you, or your caterer, will need to provide all the linen, crockery, cutlery, glassware and cooking/serving utensils etc.
Can I serve alcohol?
If you wish to provide alcohol to your guests free of charge then you are welcome to do this. We do not charge a corkage fee for supplying your own drinks. If you are organising a charity event please contact a Lettings Officer for information on a Temporary Event Notice.
Is there parking available?
There is a small number of spaces outside of the hall available for hirers.
What equipment can I bring into the hall?
The hirer is permitted to bring items of play equipment on to LBRuT property but do so entirely at your own risk. No liability will be accepted by the LBRuT in respect of claims arising from loss or damage to privately owned equipment or arising from its use. No personally owned items of play equipment must be allowed to block doorways, passageways, entrances and exits and the hirer is required to remove any item of equipment the LBRuT considers to be causing an obstruction or hazard.
What facilities are available in the onsite kitchen?
- Domestic oven
- Small fridge
- Work surface space
Contact the Lettings Officer
London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames
Telephone: 020 8831 6108
Fax: 020 8891 7939