Moylegrove (or Moylgrove) is a quiet and pretty village in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It’s about half a mile from the spectacular scenery of Ceibwr Bay. The population of the village is about 250, and events in the Hall draw people from the surrounding villages and towns.
The hall began in 1867 as the village school. The school closed in 2003, since when it has been used as a community centre. It was refurbished in 2013.
The main hall has a high vaulted ceiling and a maximum capacity of 250 people. There’s also a small meeting room and a kitchen. Outside, there are views over the surrounding countryside.
For one-off events in the evening, we charge £30. To use the main hall for an hour during the day is £6.
Main hall 16.5x5.4 metres.
Meeting room for 12 people.
Kitchen with domestic-style facilities.
Fast-acting quartz heating.
Plenty of seats, tables, crockery and cutlery.
We’re planning PA, stage, stage lights, and wifi.
SA43 3BW. http://goo.gl/maps/ZEtOh
From the middle of Moylegrove, go south-west up the hill about 200m. The Hall is on the left.
Nearest rail station is Fishguard and Goodwick.
From Fishguard or Cardigan town centres, take the Poppit Rocket bus.