Greenford Hall was built after a 12 year campaign by the people of Greenford to obtain a public hall for the town. It was officially opened on 16 April 1966 by one of the country’s foremost stage and film actors, Dame Edith Evans. The Scandinavian influenced façade and interior was extensively refurbished in 2011. The venue can accommodate 10-500 guests and is suitable for all types of events ranging from wedding receptions to large community meetings.


The civic centre of the borough and located in the heart of Ealing, we’re delighted to welcome you to Perceval House. Named after the former prime minister, Spencer Perceval, who lived in Ealing, the building is now open for community use as well as continuing to be the centre of local democracy.

Whether you are planning a small or large event, Perceval House offers seven diverse rooms, catering for up to 150 guests, making it the ideal location for your event.