Corner House and Memorial Hall


The Corner House, a distinctive, historic building at the very centre of Charlbury, was gifted to the town for recreational and educational purposes.

The War Memorial Hall, opened in 1956 in honour of those who served and those who lost their lives in two World Wars, is used on a daily basis for all manner of activities and events.

The two buildings are administered by the Charlbury Corner House and War Memorial Hall Charity. The Charity is responsible for the running and maintenance of these two community assets.

Charlbury Corner House and War Memorial Hall
Market Street

For more information on the premises and to book a room please visit our website at

Office: Staff and volunteers mainly work from home. The answerphone is checked on a daily basis.  For a faster response please email

Office phone number: 01608 810879

Opening times: The Corner House is currently open Monday–Saturday 10am to 1pm, as well as for booked events.

Projectors in the Memorial Hall

There are two projectors installed in the building, one in the main Hall and the other in the Green Room. These are available to all users - please email for information on using these facilities.

Piano in the Memorial Hall

The piano is tuned regularly and is available for all users.  Please indicate on the booking form that you wish to use the piano.

N.B. Anyone intending to screen a feature film, should be aware you will need to purchase a Single Title Screening Licence whether or not the audience is to pay an admission fee.   More info is available on the Independent Cinema Office website here  

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