Friday 4 September 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic and the conversion of the site of the current base for adult education at the King Charles Centre, Surbiton, into a school means that we need to find new ways of providing adult education services across the borough.
Kingston Adult Education (KAE) provides a wide range of learning and training opportunities for more than 2,500 people per year, now delivered through a mix of online learning and courses in about 30 venues across the borough.
In the majority of cases KAE sessions that were located at the King Charles Centre can be run at other locations. However, some sessions will now take place at Surbiton Library Hall and this does have an impact on a number of groups hiring that venue. We are sorry to these groups for the way they were initially told about these changes. We have been contacting all the groups so we can work with them to find agreeable solutions and to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
If you need a space for a meeting, event or birthday party, you can hire one of our library halls:
All halls are accessible by wheelchair users.
Please note that Surbiton Library Hall and Hook Centre Community Hall and meetings rooms are currently unavailable for booking.