Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall, Llangain, Carmarthen. SA33 5AE.                                                                                                                                                        Booking enquiries :  Glenys Altman (01267)  241  957  or  07774  855  447.                                                                                                 Also see

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Llangain Memorial HallLLANGAIN & DISTRICT MEMORIAL HALL was built in 1963 at a cost of £7,000 (just over £100,000 in today’s money in 2018), on land donated by Mr Tom Roberts of Penycoed (Farm). The architect was Berwyn Thomas & Partners of Cardiff and the builder was D.Geo Lewis & Son of Priory Street, Carmarthen.

The hall was officially opened on Friday, 3 April, 1964.  The unveiling of the memorial plaque containing the names of those who died in both World Wars was performed by Mrs May Davies, sister to Lce-Cpl Willie Davies of Green Castle who died of wounds received 23 March, 1918, aged 20.

The building was extended and refurbished in the late 1990s to include access for the disabled thanks to a grant from the National Lotteries Charity Board and other benefactors.  In addition the Hall has a sound system grant-aided by NLCB.  An extension has been built to store equipment for the Llangain Youth Club, and a new stage lighting system has been installed, thanks to grant assistance from Carmarthenshire County Council and the Arts Council of Wales respectively.

FACILITIES & FEATURES                                                                                                                                                                                                 A modern and spacious hall with a contemporary feel.  The main hall  with a double door entrance to both the front and the back has natural light in abundance with matching stage and window curtains.  Electric strip heaters to     ceiling.

The stage and back stage offer a large and ideal area for drama and theatrical productions with the integral light and sound equipment including microphones.  Also, a wooden lectern is available, and can be seen on stage by the heat and light switches near the kitchen door.

The medium sized kitchen and provisions/store room is situated to the left side of the stage with ample preparation surface and necessary equipment such as an electric cooker, fridge and microwave etc.

IT and Committee Rooms to the rear of the hall with a snooker table in the latter.


  • Main Hall £10 hr.
  • Committee Room £3.50 hr.
  • Stage Area £3.50 hr.
  • Function £60 (with bar £80).
  • INTERNET CONNECTION  (Wi-Fi = LLangain1)

Registered Charity Number  :  503 503

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