Abercych Village Hall, Abercych

The village of Abercych has a history of woodturning. It sits on the side of the valley with the river Cych beneath it. The river joins the larger Teifi river at the end of the village at three counties bridge. Modern day Abercych comprises of several old hamlets which are in the parish of Manor Deifi. Nearby are the famous Cenarth falls and the market towns of Cardigan & Newcastle Emlyn. A short drive away are the Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion coastlines.

The Hall

The hall was built in 1957, it gained funding to have a extension built and recently achieved a lottery grant to improve, amongst other work, the old kitchen area . The majority of  the kitchen work done by committee members with materials from local businesses.

The main hall can accommodate over 150 people. Its dimensions are 58′ x 28′  (17.7m x 8.6m). The small room can hold approximately 12 people. Its dimensions are 13′ x 12′ (4m x 3.7m).

The hall is run by a small committee of volunteers , if you would like to support us we meet the first Tuesday every month in the hall at 7p.m.

Features

Entrance bar:

  • cloakroom area
  • units
  • sink

Main hall:

  • serving hatch into kitchen

Kitchen:

  • fridge
  • tea urn
  • kettle
  • crockery
  • cutlery

Small room off kitchen.

ToiletsToilets
AccessibleAccessible WC
UpUp ramp to building
LevelLevel entrance to building