Cwmaman, is an area of the Amman Valley which is comprised of the villages of Garnant and Glanaman in the county of Carmarthenshire.
The last major coal mine in the village closed in 1947 and the re-landscaping of the area has resulted in the verdant hillsides which we see today. Heather clad upper slopes of the southern reaches of the Black Mountains and the bubbling rivers add to the natural beauty of Cwmamman, making it an ideal area for tourists who share an interest in rustic walks, social history, geology and wildlife, not to mention information: http://www.cwmamantc.org/visitor-information/twrch-trwyth-trail/
- Room 1: Large hall with stage and changing rooms (seating capacity 200).
- Room 2: Cafe space – can be provided either self-catering or catered.
- Room 3: Conference and meeting room (seating capacity 25).
- Room 4: Dedicated IT Suite.
- Room 5: Dedicated arts/craft space.
- On-site car parking.
- Free WiFi.
- Publicly available laptops, iPads and camera equipment.
- Digital projector, whiteboards and display equipment.
- Pool Table
- PA System
- 28 bed, fully equipped, bunk house facilities within 5 minutes walk to the Community Centre.
- Male, female and disabled toilets.
- Disabled access lift to 1st floor.
- Fully disabled access into building.
£10 per hour for each room.
£15 per hour for private/business bookings.
£15 per person/per night for bunk house.
There are a lot of classes and events going on in the hall. If you are interested in volunteering for the centre then please contact Rob Venus. Also the last Saturday of each month there is a table top sale. If you are interested in any courses that are not mentioned please contact the Development Officer Rob Venus.
From the Ammanford direction – Head for the square Glanaman. You’ll see the Cross keys pub on the left and the post office on the right. Go past the pedestrian crossing and turn immediately right after the crossing into the car park. The hall will be in front of you.
From the GCG direction head for glanaman square, and you need to turn right before the pedestrian crossing into the car park.