Whitland is a small town in Carmarthenshire, lying on the River Tâf, located on the County border and as such in an ideal position to serve the neighbouring communities from Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside and yet it is just off the main road linking London to Ireland.
Whitland has its own railway station right in the town, a number of thriving businesses, primary and secondary schools, and the well-known Hywel Dda interpretive centre. It is also home to a wide variety of sporting grounds and clubs, including Rugby, Basketball, Football, Cricket and Bowls.
The Whitland Memorial Hall (www.whitlandmemorialhall.co.uk) is a Registered Charity (No 518760) operating as a not for profit business, running solely on self generated revenue.
The Whitland Memorial Hall was built in 1927 "to be used in perpetuity as a place of recreation and social intercourse for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Town of Whitland without distinction of sect or politics”.
The Hall houses the tablets with the names of the fallen in the World Wars, and every year on Remembrance Day a service is held there.
Two spacious rooms
Central heating and double glazed
Modern fitted kitchen with fridge, gas hob & microwave
All in one level (disabled access ramp available)
Disabled facilities & double door access
Easy to book via - phone/post/email/website
Tables and upholstered chairs for use on site
China and cutlery available for use on site
WI-FI broadband available
Projector and screen available for presentations, by prior agreement
From the A40 take the B4328 road into Whitland. The Memorial Hall is on Market Street (B4328) opposite the Station Garage.
From the train station, walk up along St Mary’s Street, pass the Hywell Dda Centre and turn left when you reach Market Street. The Memorial Hall is opposite the Station Garage.