Crundale is a village some mile and a half to the north of the county town of Haverfordwest, and is approached along the Haverfordwest to Cardigan B4329 road. It is a vibrant village with good community spirit and several established organisations to enable residents to participate in. It is an expanding area with continual development and boasts a village Post Office and chapel. It has an active Community Association who have the responsibility of managing and the running of the hall and adjoining facilities.
Crundale and the surrounding area has several historical features and at one time also had it’s own village school.
The hall is situated on the village playing field and was officially opened in August 1995. Since then an extension was built which now makes it an attractive venue for hiring. It has a fully fitted kitchen with facilities for the preparation of meals. It has a main hall and also a separate for hiring committee room,which has recently been re-designed to provide a larger and more comfortable facilty. The main hall has a seating capacity of 100 and 240 standing.
It is equipped with ample tables and chairs, crockery and cutlery for 100 + placings .The Association which has responsibility for the management of the hall is a registered charity (No. 519529). The hiring charges are sessional – morning, afternoon, evening or all day and are variable depending on the type of hire, and are available together with conditions for hire from the hall hiring officer The charges levied are inclusive of all available facilities. The hall also has a music and dancing licence each day from 9.00 a.m. to midnight.
Adjoining the hall is a large playing field and a well equipped and regularly maintained children’s play area and which has a portaloo toilet facility during the summer months from Easter school holidays to the end of the Summer school holidays.
Additionally on the main playing field there is a tarmaced enclosed multi use games area which can be played on throughout the year. Additionally there is a fully marked junior soccer pitch with appropriate goal posts and nets on which matches can be played all year.
Further there is a community garden area with bench tables and other seating making it ideal as a picnic area.
All these external facilities are freely accessible to the public throughout daylight hours.
Main hall is fully centrally heated and the committee room has convector heaters