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Latest News

The Minerva Room Art Gallery - Now Open

Huntingdon's mayor, Councilor Bill Hensley, opened the free exhibition on Friday; which gives artists a platform to make their names on the Huntingdonshire art scene.
It is the first time the venue has hosted a permanent art gallery.

The intention is to rotate pieces - on display in the Minerva Room - every three months.

For more information please contact the manager
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Welcome to the Commemoration Hall

Huntingdon Commemoration Hall is a town centre venue available for hire to groups or individuals at affordable rates. A large hall with stage and dressing rooms is complimented by a substantial kitchen, basement & toilets and a small meeting room situated above a beautiful entrance foyer.

Built in 1840 as the Scientific and Literary Institute and funded by public subscription, the hall was re-named in the early 1950's to commemorate the fallen of World War II, when the stage and auditorium were added. As of 1959, the town's local authority operated & subsidised the Hall, until 2006, when Huntingdon Town Council (now the Custodian Trustee) created a new Board of Management Trustees responsible for the Hall.