Newport Memorial Hall
Get involved with Newport's vibrant community centre: weekly classes and activities, markets and fairs, and live entertainment such as talks, plays and live music! To keep up to date on what's happening at Newport Memorial Hall, visitwww.newportmemorialhall.co.uk and you can join our free email newsletter.
The Newport Memorial Hall is one of the largest community halls in Pembrokeshire. Opened in 1922 it was built as a memorial to the men of Newport who lost their lives in The Great War. Since then it has been at the centre of community life in Newport.
The facilities include a large assembly hall (with proscenium stage) licensed for gatherings of up to 300 people, a meeting / dining room for approx 40 people, large well equipped kitchen and 2 further small meeting rooms one of which is used by the Newport branch of The British Legion.
A pleasant garden behind the building is ideal for summer festivals, parties, etc.
Visit www.newportmemorialhall.co.uk for all our weekly activities such Computer Classes, Yoga, Hip Hop Dance Classes and more.
Our Hall is also the venue for: Nights Out - Vibrant evenings range from accomplished musicians from around the world to circle dancing and local bands often with a café serving delicious food.
Fairs and Festivals - One day fairs with stalls, food and activities; markets; and 3 to 6 day festivals.
Meetings, Conferences and Auctions - Organisations and local authorities use the meeting rooms and the hall for private and public events.
Disabled People Events - Suitable for fun days out with a ramp to the sensory garden and lawn. Activities, entertainment and catering can be organised for specific group requirements.
The Memorial Hall is a registered charity run by a management committee of local volunteers. We are looking for new volunteers to help with senior citizen lunches or with putting on events at the Hall – or indeed any help at all – especially an odd job person!!!!
An interesting historical fact is that when the foundations for the Hall were dug in 1921 two medieval pottery kilns were uncovered. A variety of pieces of pottery were found which dated the kilns to the fifteenth century. One of the kilns is preserved beneath the stage of the Hall and is probably the only medieval Welsh kiln surviving.
Bowls Club 1.30pm – 4.15pm 01348 874524
Yoga 6.30pm – 8.30pm 01239 891691
Choir with Henry Sears 8pm – 9pm 01239 810 900
Tai Chi & Qi Qong 10.30 -11.30am 01437 710859
Ballroom Dancing 8pm – 10pm 01437 741220
African Dancing 12noon – 2pm 01239 820701
Yoga 10am - 11.30am 01239 820055
Youth Club 7.30pm – 9pm 07807 351219
Spinning Class 6pm – 7pm, Starting Wednesday 12 September for 4 weeks. 07968 912 368
Tai Chi 7pm - 9pm 7791700137
Introduction to Cake Decorating 1pm – 3pm, 8 week course starting Thursday 27 September Contact STEP Community Class Pembrokeshire College 01437 753 139
Life Drawing 11am – 1pm 07773898910
First Aid in work 6.30pm – 8.30pm, 8 week course starting Thursday 27 September Contact STEP Community Class Pembrokeshire College 01437 753 139
Senior Citizens Lunch 12.30pm – 2pm meeting room 01239 820104
Bowls Club 1.30 – 4.15 01348 874524
Just Art For Kids 10.30am-12noon 07773898910
Choir with Henry Sears 10 – 11am 01239 820500
Please ring contact number before attending.
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