Llangathen Village Hall, Llangathen

The village contains Aberglasney Gardens and the Hall is adjacent to them.

The Hall

The Hall was built in 1906 as a temperance meeting hall financed by the Aberglasney estate. It is a Listed Building and is of special architectural interest because of its cast concrete construction. It was gifted to the village in 1968.

Hire charges on application to the Booking Officer.

Registered Charity No. 524012.

Website: llangathenvillagehall.wordpress.com

Facebook page  = Llangathen Village Hall 'Temperance Hall'


Kitchen with cooking facilities, radiant electric heating of main hall space.


Brigid Loizou   Tel:07981 486 478


From A40 follow signs for Aberglasney Gardens. Proceed 100 yards past main entrance to Aberglasney and the Hall is on the right with black and gold double gate entrance.The hall is recognisable by its black and white Tudor-style appearance.


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  • 30 Disabled Spaces30 Disabled Spaces
  • 1 Step1 Step
  • Wheelchair Access to frontWheelchair Access to front
  • Wheelchair Access to front (by prior arr.)Wheelchair Access to front (by prior arr.)
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  • Accessible WCAccessible WC
  • Accessible WC (Transfer Space Limited)Accessible WC (Transfer Space Limited)
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