We will be following the Welsh Government rules & guidance in reopening the hall to users. Please get in touch to ascertain the current position.
You can read the Welsh Government policy here
Our Covid risk assessment has been validated by Angela Burman (Graduate Institute of Safety & Health Dip CII SPdipEM AIEMA MIIRSM) - Gallaghers Risk Management Division - She has spent the last 15 years in Risk Management. She is an approved UKATA trainer
You can access our Covid Risk Assessment here and our Health & Safety Policy here
Please be assured of the committee’s commitment to the safety of all users and a warm welcome back.
Pentyrch Village Hall was built in 1976, an ambitious project achieved by the efforts of local residents. The Hall still belongs to the community, and is a registered charity - maintained solely by income from lettings and from fundraising. The building comprises a large hall (seated capacity c170) and stage, a smaller committee room (the Norman Follis Room), and a fully-equipped kitchen. It is the centre for a variety of activities for community groups of all ages, and a popular venue for all kinds of events and social gatherings from Pentyrch and outside the village.
The Hall is run by a voluntary Management Committee which includes representatives of organisations using the buildings on a regular basis. The efforts of the community to build and maintain the Hall have been recognised by the awarding of two MBEs - the first to the late Norman Follis,who led the campaign to build the hall over thirty years ago; the second, in the 2009 New Year Honours list, to Barbara Rodd, Pentyrch Village Hall President, in recognition of her work towards maintaining and improving the buildings over several years.
A painless way to support Pentyrch Village Hall is by making all your online purchases through www.pentyrchvillagehallshop.co.uk