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Our New Village Hall




The Village Hall Committee has now set up a dedicated website to cover all aspects of their project of building a new community hall for Llangwm. Follow the link below to get to the new website which is going live on 30 April 2021.


click here to go to the New Village Hall Website:

Why a new village hall?

After nearly 50 years of service, our Village Hall is in a sad state and needs major investment to bring it up to current standards. The Village Hall Commitee and Community Council have serious concerns through commissioned surveys (see below) about the fabric of the building, and it can only get worse.

We need to do something NOW

We need a Village Hall that's big enough for all the activities you've told us are necessary for our growing community. This means a bigger piece of land at Pill Parks. We need to know we have this before we can start planning and design.


History of the Village Hall

1938: the community bought a plot of land at Pill Parks, but WWII intervened before building work could take place.

1958: Llangwm's parish council received a grant from the National Playing Fields Association (now the Fields in Trust) to help buy the rest of the rugby field. However, a Covenant was placed on the land preventing any future building development. (The playground and rugby stand were permitted development as they supported recreational use.)

1978: our Village Hall was built after a huge fund raising effort by the community, including a door-to-door collection.

2020: we need a Village Hall with more space in a new eco-friendly building fit for the 21st century.


But what about the Covenant preventing new building?

To do this, and because of the Covenant, the Community Council would have to agreee to exchange land in Llangwm with land of a similar size with Fields in Trust. The only land available is the common land at Black Tar, over which the council has 'guardianship'. Fields in Trust, a national charity, will protect the land for the future in exactly the same way as our Community Council. This is supported by the Common Land Officer at Pembrokeshire County Council and will enable grant applications for funding for the new village hall to be prepared.


Invitation to a Question and Answer session

Do you have any questions? 2 or 3 members from the Village Hall Committee and Community Council are available to answer any questions on:-

Saturday August 15th - Wednesday August 19th - Saturday August 22nd

at the Village Hall. As we have social distancing, please book a 15 minute time slot with David Golding at Cleddau Stores (either in the shop, or by phoning 07852 769 952). Sessions will be from 9am-12pm and 2pm-4pm.

You can also post questions in the red box inside Cleddau Stores.

Please come and talk to us if you have any queries, and thank you for your support.


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Asbestos Costings
Electrical Survey

Electrical Survey

Survey Report Summary
July 2020