Film Nights:- Will be recommencing in October. Please contact us if there any particular films you would like us to present.
Tickets are usually £4 for adults and £2 for children.
...is a community-led activity with recent films and old favourites being shown through the autumn and winter months from September to March. Showings are on the third Friday of the month and provide a high-quality, big-screen opportunity to see cinema with an audience in the Community Centre.
There is a bar, which opens before the film, and there is usually an interval which allows not just for replenishing glasses, but also the chance to meet and talk to other film-lovers. A small team affiliated to the Recreation Association meets to select the programme of films and also staffs the showings.
If you would like to be involved, receive updates or make suggestions for future films to be included in the 2017 - 2018 programme, please contact Eve Over on [01938 850388] or email@example.com
The Hall has a full premises licence for music, dancing and most legal activities, including the sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks (conditions apply).
HOW TO FIND US
The Hall is attached to Castle Caereinion School in the middle of the village. It is situated just off the B4385 opposite Tynllan Farm and signposted 'Community Centre.'
From the north, the entrance is on the right a little way after Swallows' Meadow (Dol-y-Wennol); from the south it is at the apex of the second part of the S-bend through the village.
Car parking in the school playground is permitted only outside school hours, otherwise use the rear car park accessed through Dol-y-Wennol.