Cilgerran Hall, Cilgerran

Cilgerran is on the northern border of Pembrokeshire between St Dogmaels and Cenarth. The village is linear in nature and stretches along the south bank of The Teifi River.

The Hall

The hall is 10m x 20m with maple wood sprung floor, a modular stage, proscenium arch with tabs, blackout curtains for films and talks, comfortable seating available There are 30, 6ft long, folding plastic tables available for use as well as some smaller square tables. Theatre lighting and a sound system is available by prior arrangement.

There is a kitchen and toilets just off the hall.

Two committee rooms, one downstairs, one upstairs; surgery (with wash-hand basin, and toilet next door), surgery waiting room. All bookable separately.

There is a car park and wheelchair access to the ground floor.

Examples of activities held here:

  • playgroups
  • drama group
  • martial arts tuition
  • concerts
  • dancing
  • over 50s club
  • jumble sales
  • complementary therapies
  • coffee mornings
  • wedding receptions
  • talent nights
  • horticultural show
  • children’s parties
  • fund-raising events

Contact

Val Clack on 01239 621513 for more information

 

ParkingParking available
WheelchairWheelchair access to front of building
ToiletsToilets
AccessibleAccessible WC
LevelLevel entrance to building
StepsSteps