The refurbished Hastoe Village Hall will open its doors for a classical concert this summer in a bid to raise much-needed funds for the hall trust.
The Victorian venue will host an evening with the Dacorum Sinfonietta on June 15, the proceeds of which will go towards the Hastoe Village Hall Trust.
The planned programme includes pieces by Handel, Mozart and Elgar, and a performance by accomplished solo flautist Michael Cox.
The hall, which dates back to 1898, was restored to its former glory over an 18 month period and officially reopened by Lord Rothschild in November last year.
The Hastoe Village Hall Trust now oversees a continuing programme of maintenance and upkeep.
Tickets cost £15 and are available from www.hastoevillagehall.co.uk, Beechwood Fine Foods in Tring and Claire Lloyd Properties in Berkhamsted.