ABOUT ALDBURY MEMORIAL HALL
The hall provides a fabulous venue for weddings, christening, children and adult parties, seasonal festivals and events as well as music, choral, dance and fitness classes and clubs. Aldbury Memorial Hall has:
A beautiful rural setting
Capacity to seat up to 100 guests
A fully functioning kitchen
Tables, chairs, cutlery, crockery and glassware
A stage with lighting
The hall is in the center of the village, next to the shop and the village green with its pond, stocks and whipping post. It was built in 1891 by the Craufurd family and given to the village, it is looked after by the Trustees who all live in and around the village.
The picturesque village of Aldbury lies 3 miles east of Tring, at the foot of a Chiltern ridge, and is almost surrounded by the Ashridge estate which is owned by the National Trust.
The building was donated along with the Alms Houses to Aldbury village in 1892 by the Crauford family and managed by them until the Charitable Trust was set up in the 1960’s for the benefit of the inhabitants of Aldbury. The Management of the Hall and the Alms Houses was split providing the current structure of two volunteer committees.
The building was erected in memory of Richard Mountford Wood M.A., late rector of this parish by his widow and children in the year 1891.