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NEWPORT AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY FORUM VENUES IN AND AROUND NEWPORT

Newport Memorial Hall (West Street) - a Trust and Registered Charity run by a management committee of volunteers and offering:-

Please note: There is nolonger a restriction on consumption of alcohol on Hall premises. The Hall is licensed to sell alcohol and provides a bar run by Hall volunteers by arrangement
To hire space please contact Reg Atkinson on 01239 820889
To volunteer to help in running the Hall contact Lowri Evans 07800 568211

Ysgol Bro Ingli (Long Street) – The Local Authority primary school. The following spaces can be made available by special arrangement out of school hours:-

The (private members') Boat Club (The Parrog) – where anyone can hire

Business UNIT 3 The Old School (Lower St Mary Street) – leased from Pembrokeshire County Council by Newport Town Council for Council meetings and to otherwise continue making the space available for community use

To hire this space please contact The Clerk, Ms L. Evans 01239 821127

The Changing Rooms Building (at The Playing Field, Long Street) – owned by Newport Town Council and administered by Newport Playing Field Trustees, has
The Children's Activity Centre, a kitchenette and 2 changing rooms and showers, available for hire when not used by Newport Playgroup or the After-School Club
To hire space please contact the Trustees' Honorary Secretary, Ms L Evans 01239 821127

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Information Centre (Long Street) - a small meetings space is made available during opening hours for community groups and when not otherwise in use
To hire this space please enquire at the reception 01239 820912

PCNPA also owns the Kiln Cottage at Parrog, a small unheated single space with a loft, potentially available for hire. Please contact the PCNPA Estates Officer 0845 3457275

Newport Town Council leases from the Barony and maintains Parrog Shelter

Places of Worship:

St Mary's Church itself is used for some musical events.
St Mary's also has a medium sized hall, The Church Chapel, with the facility of a kitchen, used for a variety of activities, including dances, fairs and sales.
To use St Mary's Church facilities please contact a church warden Mrs Alice Evans 01239 820209

Tabernacle (Long Street) and Bethlehem (Upper West Street) Chapels each have pleasant rooms, also with small kitchens that have provided for meetings, sales and exhibition space.
Please contact Rosemary Elmes 01239 820104 and Aeres James 01239 820906 respectively to enquire about using these spaces


Ebenezer Chapel (Lower St Mary Street) - has recently been renovated and makes a fine space especially for musical events.
Please contact Glan Rees 01239 820510 to enquire about use of the Chapel


Other privately owned venues which are often generously made available at reasonable rates to community groups include spaces within:-

Outside Civic and Recreational facilities in the town include:

To correct or make additions to this list, please contact Sandra Bayes on 01239 820889