Llangennith Village is located on North Gower, at the tip of the Gower Peninsula. Llangennith Hall was built in 1920 and fully refurbished for the new Millennium. The hall is today run as a registered charity. Many activities take place in the hall and it can be hired out for a variety of private functions. Its proximity to many beautiful beaches is advantageous for visitors to the area, who can make full use of the facilities it has to offer.
PLUS Craft andProduce Markets and events as advertised in the summer; also Fund raising events such as: Fetes, Meals, Choirs and other events. Private functions. Also at the Hall: Community Council Meetings, Political Surgeries and Voting. Even “Sleep-overs”!
If what you are looking for isn’t in the list above ……
Why not start or re-start something that inspires you? - Badminton, Bingo, Bridge, Cookery, Computer Club, Drama, Photography, Singing, or ………?????
The Hall really is a great Community Resource. Please use it. All enquiries for bookings to: Jan Rimell Tel: 01792 386 685
The Hall has purchased picnic tables with support from the Community Council. Both tables are open ended for wheelchair use with stand-alone benches supplied to use at the open ends if required. Photos of these have been added to the gallery below.
It had been hoped to arrange the official opening of the Field and Playground to coincide with the Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday. However, due to recent wet weather, the playground may not be ready by then and so the official opening will take place at a later date to be determined.
The Badminton club is not running at present. However, its time on a Wednesday evening is still free. If anyone is interested in organising and running the Badminton Club, please contact Jan Rimell on 01792-386626.
What’s going on in the Hall?
(Bookings: Jan Rimell Tel: 01792-386685)
Telephone: 01792 386 685 Email: info(at)llangennith-hall.co.uk Please replace the (at) with an @ symbol, this is an antispam method.
Llangennith Hall, Llangennith, Swansea, West Glamorgan, SA3 1HU