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Tulse Hill - Jubilee Hall to open after 25 years

Saturday 16th March will celebrate the opening of the Jubilee Hall Community Centre with stalls, information stands and performances by steel bands, choirs, and dance groups all designed to demonstrate the flexibility and range of activities which the Centre will provide.

Laud Yeboah-Afari, Chair of the Tenants and Residents Association (TRA) said “This is a great day for Tulse Hill. By working together, the Residents and Lambeth London Living have achieved something which will really help to support and develop the community. And we want to share our facilities with the local area: Jubilee Hall will be available for hire as a venue for all kinds of events.

“We are delighted that the Centre will be officially opened by Mr Clive Bennett, Lambeth’s Mayor. And we are also really pleased that among the distinguished guests on the day we will be able to welcome Mr Ken Livingstone back to the area where he grew up.”

Over the last year the Tenants Association worked in partnership with Lambeth London Living to renovate and refurbish the Jubilee Hall which had been closed for more than 25 years. The £170,000 building programme was funded by Section 106 planning gain funds from the development of some old garages into a new block of flats. Lambeth London Living is funding the furniture and fittings and will also be funding a part-time post of Centre Manager.

The Hall will be available for hire for meetings, wedding receptions, and other social events; to hire Jubilee Hall ring Hazel Turay on 020 8674 6195

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