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  • Lecture_Hall

    Lecture Hall

    An elegant, wood-panelled interior, with a wooden floor, marble fireplace, latticed windows and mullioned surrounds.

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  • Ashbee_Hall

    Ashbee Hall

    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.

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  • Library


    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.

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