2 Kemys Street,, Griffithstown, Pontypool., NP4 5DT, Torfaen, Wales
Availability: all times.
Hire Costs: £50 per session
This venue is suitable for the following occasions.
Wedding, Party, Anniversary, Children's Party, Local Community Meeting, Societies and Clubs, Music Event, Theatre Production, Band Practise, Other, Christenings / Blessings, Wakes, Baby Groups, Fitness Classes / Yoga, Educational Pursuits, Church Event / Choir Practice, School Events, Film Shoots
This listing was last updated: 22/02/2024
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There are 3 reviews of St Hilda's Church Hall.
Chuck Wang reviewed 5 months ago By the church, there's a church hall which can be rent for different purposes. The facility and the environment is great! I've never thought a church could be used as a campsite! I enjoyed my time here:-)
Pictures of the parish Harvest lunch on Sunday 28th September. A first class meal all done in house thanks to the fantastic kitchen facilities the hall now has. The total profit from the lunch was Â£300. Thank you to all who worked to make the lunch such a success.
Hi Sue Many thanks, once again for all you did to help us with our concert on Saturday. It was a fabulous venue - everyone was so impressed with the facilities - I've been asked to book the hall again for next year, please! We'd like to book the hall for Saturday, September 6th. 2014 - more details nearer the date! Best wishes Mair
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1st Tuesday of every month is CRAFT CLUB. All are welcome. Bring your own craft along or sit with someone to learn a new craft. No charge made except for refreshments. 2nd and last Tuesday of every month- Bingo 3rd Tuesday of every month- TUESDAY TALKS A speaker visits each month. No charge except for refreshments. So far we have had interesting talks about the work done by charities such as St. David's and Alabare and an illustrated talk on Pontypool - Griffithstown Then and Now. The next talk on June 17th will be from Sebastopol to Cwmbran- Then and Now.
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