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Uzmaston & Boulston Church and Community Hall, Uzmaston

Uzmaston & Boulston Church and Community Hall, UzmastonUzmaston & Boulston Church and Community Hall, Uzmaston

The small rural community of Uzmaston and Boulston stretches along the south bank of the river Cleddau. It enjoys the best of all worlds, being only a mile and a half from the centre of Haverfordwest.  This “out of town – close to town” aspect makes it a great place to live and to meet up. 

The fully refurbished hall re-opened in March 2012.  It has an interesting history; it once housed the village school.  The hall is an excellent resource for the local and wider community.

 Ideal for:

  • Parties

  • Celebrations

  • Fundraising Functions

  • Classes

  • Seminars/Business Meetings

  • Club Meetings

  • Christening Parties

  • Small Wedding Parties

  • Funeral Teas

The Hall

The hall has a seating capacity of 60 although it may be possible to extend this.

Hire charges are per session: morning/afternoon/evening/ all day and include use of kitchen and toilets.

£20 per session for residents of Uzmaston and Boulston

£25 for non-residents

Linen and tea towels not included and will need to be provided by the hirer.

Alcohol may be consumed on the premises, but not sold.

Registered charity number: XN87446.


  • A large, well lit, open plan hall area

  • South facing French windows

  • Reception area/cloakroom

  • Under floor heating

  • Folding tables

  • Chairs

  • New kitchen with a wide range of equipment including refrigerator, oven and hob,      kettles etc. 

  • Accessible toilet

  • Easy accessible both outside and inside


Mrs Phyllis Davies   Tel:01437 763687  Email:

What's On At Uzmaston & Boulston Church and Community Hall, Uzmaston





Just over a mile from County Hall in Haverfordwest. Turn off for Uzmaston at Greens Roundabout. As you enter the village of Uzmaston the hall is on the right, just past the church and along a very short path from the roadside. If you’re feeling energetic you can walk along ‘The Frolic’ path from the TA HQ, along the river, through the field and church yard and into the village, right by the Hall! (Best wear some boots, it can be a bit muddy.)


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