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Welcome to the Whitland Memorial Hall
Welcome to the Whitland Memorial Hall, located in the heart of Whitland, backing on to the towns Parc Dr Owen and very close to the towns Primary School.
It is an ideal place for a whole spectrum of functions; fund-raising events, public meetings, activities, shows, anniversary and birthday parties for adults and children. The Hall is available for hire seven days a week.
Whitland is located on the Carmarthenshire County border and as such is in an ideal position to serve the neighbouring communities from not only Carmarthenshire but also Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside and yet it is just off the A40, the main road linking London to Ireland. It holds a very central location, 20 minutes by car from Carmarthen (to the East), 30 minutes from Haverfordwest (to the West), 40 minutes to Cardigan and 30 minutes from Tenby (to the South).
There is a Bus stop just one minute away from the Hall and the Whitland Railway Station is only a four minute walk from the Hall.
The Whitland Memorial Hall was built in 1927 "to be used in perpetuity as a place of recreation and social intercourse for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Town of Whitland without distinction of sect or politics. The Hall houses the tablets with the names of the fallen in the World Wars, and every year on Remembrance Day a service is held there.
The Whitland Memorial Hall is a Registered Charity (No 518760) operating as a not for profit business, running solely on self generated revenue.
You can check availability and hire charges, read the terms and conditions, and download a booking form using this site. For other queries,contact us onlineor phone 01994 240 127.
Thursday - Mar 7, 2013 3:04 pm
Local author Tanya James whose book "Sid and the Cwmhendy Dog Show" has just been published will attend the March Whitland Produce Market and Craft Fayre. It will be an excellent opportunity to buy the book and have it signed by the author.... Read more...
Thursday - Mar 10, 2011 11:36 am
A commemorative plaque marking the official re-opening of the Memorial Hall was unveiled by the Hon. Robin Lewis OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Dyfed on Friday 4th March. Read more...
Tuesday - Aug 3, 2010 2:50 pm
Work has started at the Memorial Hall as part of its rejuvenation and
modernisation. The Hall was awarded a total of just over £50,000 in
grants to add to its own £5,000. Grants were received from the CWM
Environmental Fund, Carmarthenshire County Council Collaboration Fund,
Rural Development Fund Axis 3, Big Lottery Awards For All Wales and
Carmarthenshire County Council Community Fund. Read more...