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Millbridge Room

At Hertford Town Council we are closely monitoring the information and advice currently being given by Public Health England in response to the national situation to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Hertford Town Council have cancelled all venue hire bookings until 30 June 2020. Bookings are currently being taken for venue hire from 1st July 2020 onwards.

All other Council services remain open. At present community events scheduled to take place after 31st July will continue. At present, venue hire bookings scheduled to take place after 30th June will take place. The Council will be regularly reviewing the situation and its continuing response to Covid-19

The Town Council apologise for any inconvenience this has caused and will be in touch with individuals and organisations affected by this announcement.

If you have any queries, please contact the relevant department directly.
Venue hire – customerservices@hertford.gov.uk
Castle Community Events – sophie.archer-mills@hertford.gov.uk
Town Centre Events and Initiatives - ausra.bitinaite@hertford.gov.uk

Public Health England is updating the coronavirus page on the GOV.UK website daily with the latest information.

Venue hire prices starting from £17 ph

The Mill Bridge Rooms provide the perfect venue for:                             

  • Coffee mornings
  • Exhibitions and fetes
  • Club, society and group meetings
  • Children's birthday celebrations

This is excellent community hall providing a kitchen and disabled facilities, chairs, tables and display boards. It is available to hire on an hourly or daily rate with concessions for non-profit making and charitable organisations.  

To enquire, please call 01992 552885 

Alternatively email us at customerservices@hertford.gov.uk

CLICK HERE TO VIEW A VIRTUAL TOUR

 

Mill Bridge Rooms Price List 2020

Mill Bridge Rooms Booking Form

Mill Bridge Rooms terms & conditions 

 


Location Map

The Mill Bridge Rooms form part of the Seed Warehouse, which was built in the mid 19th century as a seed store for Alfred McMullen's seed merchants. It was rebuilt at the rear in 1944 due to bomb damage and puchased on behalf of Hertford Museum in 1972 to serve as a collections store.

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