For a future without poverty
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About our Venues
An elegant, wood-panelled interior, with a wooden floor, marble fireplace, latticed windows and mullioned surrounds.
The Ashbee Hall is named after Charles Ashbee, a contemporary of William Morries and leading figure in the English Arts and Crafts movement, who formed the Guild of Handicraft in 1888 at Toynbee Hall.
The Library houses Toynbee Hall's book collection. This is a smaller, book lined room with air conditioning and internet connection points. It is an ideal break-out room for use with the halls or as a room for smaller meetings and workshops.