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£100 k NATIONAL Lottery success for Brynberian Past, Present and Future PROJECT! The Community of Brynberian was delighted to hear this week that it has been awarded £100k from National Lottery Community Fund for its Brynberian Past, Present and Future project.  Centred on the recently refurbished Community Centre, the project is designed to grow an already […]

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St Dogmaels Memorial Hall


Neuadd Goffa Llandudoch is St Dogmaels community centre manged by a team of 7.  Jo Hutchings explained to me that the hall is funded by revenue that  the hall generates from bookings, plus our 200 Club. “We have had two very generous bequests over the last few years which were earmarked for Capital Projects. One […]

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Narberth Bonded Stores building

Village Halls: Narberth Heritage Museum and Community Centre.

Narberth Museum has a rich history that might have been lost to Pembrokeshire people if not for the dedication and determination of a select band. Pauline Griffiths was curator of the local museum, which had started in 1989, when the James Williams company sold the building where the museum was housed. “That was in 2003,” […]

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Pembrokeshire Village Halls: Lamphey.

Situated between Tenby and Pembroke, Lamphey is about two miles from the coast. It boasts a Village Hall that was completed in 2007 and  replaced a building built in  the First World War as a medical centre. That original building had been  transported to Lamphey at the end of the war and was erected on […]

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Antiques Fair

Yr Hen Ysgol, Dinas 2019.

YHY was set up as a Company in 2006 and a Charity in 2008 and is administered by Trustees and a Management Committee, all volunteers. In 2008 a 10 year strategic plan to repair, improve, and extend the building was instituted, and funding totalling £215,000 was obtained from a variety of grant-giving bodies (see yrhenysgoldinas.org.uk/strategic-plan). […]

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Brynberian Community Hall

Latest News from Brynberian.

The village hall in Brynberian began life in 1878 as a school. When it closed in 1972 with only 12 pupils, the community stepped in, and with the aid of a small council grant, a lot of fundraising and donations from past pupils, bought the building for £11,250. Since then, what has been the community […]

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