Northaw & Cuffley Parish Council


Northaw and Cuffley have a number of venues that are used by the community. Not all of these are associated with the Parish Council. A number of halls are listed below, and shown on the map along with their contact details if you wish to make an enquiry. The map below is interactive, you can zoom in and out and pan left to right. Click on a pin to identify what it is.

Cuffley and Northaw Youth and Community Centre

Northaw and Cuffley Community Centre

Post Code:  EN6 4EY  Centre Station Road, Cuffley .

This building houses the Leonard Cheshire disability unit and facilities for hire from nursery groups to the over fifties. The building is owned by the Parish Council and rented to the charity who use it as a nominal rent.

Contact the Commmunity Centre

Cuffley & Northaw Youth & Community Centre, The Manager, Station Road, Cuffley EN6 4EY. Tel: 01707 872642

Kidston Institute

The Kidston Institute

Post Code: EN6 4NW

The Kidston Institute in Northaw was built in 1902 with money provided by Mrs. John Kidston whose husband had died in 1894. She intended it as a ‘social meeting place for men’. It is endowed for £1000 which must revert to the Church if it fails. Today it has snooker tables in constant use and there is a very successful Table Tennis section with players of national standard.

Contact the Kidston Institute

Email:  Web:

Cuffley Hall

Cuffley Hall

Post Code: EN6 4JA  Cuffley Hall

Situated in Maynards Place, the facilities include a large hall with stage, a smaller hall and a foyer. It is home to quite a few clubs for weekly and monthly meetings. It is a registered charity for the benefit of the local community. The property is owned by the Parish Council on behalf of the local residents, operated as a Charitable Organisation by an elected committee, which includes a Parish Councillor.

Contact Cuffley Hall

Cuffley Hall, The Manager, Maynard Place, Cuffley EN6 4JA. Tel: 01707 875389

Northaw Village Hall

Northaw Village Hall

Post Code: EN6 4NW Cuffley Hall

Northaw Village Hall is a completely self-sufficient unsubsidised charitable organisation that is run by a dedicated team of volunteers. It can cater for up to 100/120 guests in the main hall which has a stage. It has a kitchen with a serving hatch directly into the hall. It has weekly and monthly group meetings.

Contact Northaw Village Hall

Bookings: contact Mrs Charlotte Jeffery on 07789 558928


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