Locate your Welfare Hall

To locate your nearest Welfare Hall and read about the facilities available, click on the map opposite or scroll down!

Abercrave and District Miners Welfare Hall

Abercrave and District Miners Welfare Hall was opened on Saturday 27th October 1928, it was established as a recreational facility for local mineworkers and their families.
•Main Concert Hall
•Bar & Lounge
•Training/Meeting Rooms
•Stair Lifts
•Offices
•Kitchen
•WI meetings
•Whist Club
•Guides/Brownies
•Cavers
•Choir
•Historical Society
•The Sleeping Giant Foundation
Abercrave & District Miners Welfare Institute & Recreation Ground
Tan yr allt Road
Abercrave
Powys
SA9 1XA
Main: 01639 730216
Office: 01639 730338

Abercwmboi Workmens Hall and Institute

Abercwmboi is based between the towns of Aberdare and Mountain Ash. In 1914 permission was granted for a hall and library to be erected, the hall lately became a cinema and bingo operation whilst the institute building housed a library, reading rooms and a billiard room. In 1968 the trustees of the building decided upon operating a licensed bar trade in order to boost revenue for the upkeep of the buildings. Two years later a fire damaged parts of the welfare hall.
•Main Hall
•Bar & Lounge
•Games room
•Training/Meeting Rooms
•Social Club
•Christian Society
Abercwmboi Workmens Hall and Institute
Bronallt Terrace
Abercwmboi
Aberdare
CF44 6BP
Main: 01443 472378

Abertillery Workmens Welfare Institute

Originally constructed for the local colliers the welfare hall was destroyed by fire, the hall was then rebuilt in the fifties. The Hall is situated on Division Street, with its main entrance situated on Powell Street in the centre of Abertillery.

Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 524312

  • Main Concert Hall
  • Lesser Hall
  • Training/Meeting Rooms
  • Disabled Access
  • External Lift
  • Bingo Club
  • English Lessons
  • Youth Club

Abertillery Workmens Welfare Institute

Division Street

Abertillery

Gwent

NP13 1EF

01495 212602

Ammanford District Miners Welfare Association

The public hall can be found in Ammanford town centre and is open daily as a Social Club. The hall also houses a heritage centre honoring the mining industry.

Registered Charity Number: 523880

 

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Concert Hall
  • Games Room
  • Training/meeting rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Heritage centre
  • OAP group
  • Parlour game teams
  • Old time dancing
  • Line Dancing
  • Bingo
  • Martial Arts
  • Advice & Information surgeries

Ammanford District Miners Welfare Association Public Hall and Library

13 Wind Street

Ammanford

Carmarthenshire

SA18 3DN

 

Main:  01269 592395

Bancffosfelin & Crwbin Public Hall & Institute

The Hall is located in the Gwendraeth Valley, approximately 2 miles away from Pontyberem.

The Hall is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number: 524015

  • Concert Hall
  • Training/meeting rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Childrens group
  • Community Contact Point
  • Eisteddfod
  • Pony Show Club
  • OAP Club
  • Macmillan Coffee Mornings
  • Community Council Meetings
  • Council Training Events

Neuadd Gyhoeddus Bancffosfelen a Chrwbin

Awelfryn

57 Heol Y Banc

Bancffosfelin

Llanelli

SA15 5DH

 

Main:  01269 870658

Bedlinog Workmens Hall and Institute

The Hall is located near the river, as you enter the village having passed the rugby ground, the hall can be found on the second turning on your left at the end of Garth Terrace, just past the church. Accessible car parking can be found at the rear of the hall.

In recent years the Hall has updated its governance to a trust deed, it is currently registered as a charity, numbered 1138941.

  • Main Hall
  • Children’s Playgroup
  • Tennis courts
  • Car park
  • Welsh classes
  • Playgroup

Bedlinog Miners Welfare Association

Garth Terrace

Bedlinog

Treharris

Mid Glamorgan

CF46 6TF

 

Main:  01443 710763

Brynamman Public Hall and Institute

Building work on the new Brynamman Cinema started in 1924 with seating for around 1,100 people. It was furnished throughout with tip up seats upholstered in old gold corduroy. The stage was built 20ft by 60 ft and had 4 dressing rooms below. A lounge was situated below the library it contained 12 armchairs and 3 settees where the miners could relax or play cards around the several oak game and card tables therein. There was also a billiard room above the library.   The opening ceremony was held on 15th May 1926.  The cinema started with silent films until the 1930’s, then the “talkies”.   Today it also puts on live shows.

Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 523882

  • Cinema/auditorium
  • Snooker/games room
  • Lounge/meeting rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Mothers & toddlers group
  • Theatre groups

Brynamman Public Hall and Institute

Station Road

Brynamman

Amanford

Carms

SA18 1SF

 

Box Office:    01269 823232

 

Website:         www.brynammanpublichall.co.uk

Caerphilly Workmen’s Hall and Institute

The Hall can be found in Castle Street in central Caerphilly, the Hall overlooks the castle and its grounds. Modern day the Hall acts as a theatre and is run by its trustees as a venue for the Arts.

At the rear of the building there is also a privately run gym.

The Hall is governed by a charity trust deed and is registered with the charity commission under the number 1158006.

  • Meeting/training rooms
  • Main hall
  • Gymnasium (leased out)
  • Theatre Group
  • Gymnasium
  • OAP club

Caerphilly Workmens Hall and Institute

20 Castle Street

Carway Miners Welfare

The hall is situated on the main road running through the village, the building itself is stand alone and has ample car parking at its front and sides. In recent times the hall has successfully obtained funding to upgrade the hall with solar panels and under-floor heating.

The hall is governed by a charity commission scheme, and is a registered charity numbered 524016.

  • Training/meeting rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Main Hall
  • Offices
  • Youth club
  • Aikido
  • Dance classes
  • Bands
  • Biking Club
  • Over 50’s club

Carway Miners Welfare Recreation Ground & Social Welfare Centre

13 Brongwendraeth

Carway

Kidwelly

Carms

SA17 4HT

Coelbren Miners Welfare and Memorial Hall

Charity Commission Scheme

Registered Charity Number 233870

  • Lounge
  • Main Hall
  • Kitchen
  • Changing facilities
  • Recreation ground
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Car Park
  • Exercise classes
  • Adult education
  • Football club
  • Dance classes
  • Coffee mornings

Coelbren Miners Welfare and Memorial Hall

Bachgwreiddyn

Coelbren

Neath

SA10 9NB

 

Main: 01639 701543

Cwm and Llantwit Workmens Hall and Institute

The Hall was erected in the 1930’s with a number of eminent individuals laying stones in the halls original structure. These foundation stones are clearly displayed at the front of the building and are dated 1933.

Location: The Hall is located in the village of Beddau. It is situated adjacent to the medical centre, with the local buses stopping outside of the main entrance.

The Hall is available for room hire and is capable of putting on wedding receptions, birthday parties and funerals. If you would like to hire the hall please contact the secretary to discuss availability.

Governance:

Charity Commission Scheme

Registered Charity Number 524181

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Main Hall
  • Games room
  • Meeting/training rooms
  • OAP Groups
  • Bingo
  • Snooker
  • Pool
  • Darts teams

Cwm and Llantwit Workmens Hall and Institute

Parish Road

Beddau

Pontypridd

Mid Glamorgan

CF38 2DA

 

01443 202412

Cwmaman Public Hall and Institute Limited

The Institute was established in 1868 originally as a reading room, in a rent-free house donated by the Cwmaman Coal Company. Very soon a library was added, providing a place where local people could read books and children could be educated. Local-working men had ambitions to create a much-needed Institute and a campaign to raise funds to establish a suitable building began. In 1884, a committee of officials at Cwmaman Colliery started a scheme whereby a half penny in each pound was deducted weekly from the wages of workmen at the colliery and the movement to establish a purpose-built Public Hall & Institute was born.

 

In March 1892 Lord Aberdare opened the current building. It provided the village with a new complex, including a public hall with seating for some 700 people, reading rooms, a billiards room and a caretaker’s cottage. During the 20th century, the fate of the Institute was inextricably linked to the demise of coal mining in the Cynon Valley. With the closure of local collieries from the early 1960s onwards, the Institute found it harder to raise local funding and commitment. The fabric of the building began to deteriorate during the 1960s and 1970s, while at the same time, membership of local groups and societies grew and there was new interest in maintaining the building as a community centre for Cwmaman.

  • Function rooms
  • Conference rooms
  • Meeting/training rooms
  • Gymnasium
  • Cinema
  • Martial arts
  • Aquarists
  • Astronomy
  • Brownies
  • Cinema
  • Computers
  • Crib teams
  • Christian Brethren group
  • Theatre/Drama Group
  • Embroidery/Knitting
  • Football Club
  • Guides
  • Silver Band
  • Keep Fit
  • Darts/Skittles/Sewing
  • Library
  • Dancing
  • Literacy & Numeracy Class
  • Operatic Society
  • P.A.L.S. disabled group
  • Pantomime Society
  • Pool
  • Rainbows
  • Sewing
  • Silver Band
  • Snooker
  • Terelsa Children’s Dance School
  • Watercolour Painting
  • Welsh
  • Women’s Institute
  • Yoga

Cwmcarn & Abercarn Library & Institute

The Hall is located on Newport Road in the village of Cwmcarn. The hall houses a youth facility, meeting rooms, function room/hall plus community garden.

The Hall is governed on village hall trusts and is registered with the charity commission under the number 524305.

  • Lounge
  • Games Room
  • Concert Hall
  • Community Garden
  • Gardening club
  • Mothers & toddlers
  • Karate
  • Youth Club
  • Dance
  • Snooker
  • Barnados
  • Residents Associtaion
  • Local Assembly Member

Cwmcarn & Abercarn Library & Institute

Newport Road

Cwmcarn

Nr Crosskeys

Gwent

NP11 7LZ

 

01495 270014

Cwmdare Miners Welfare Hall

Cwmdare Welfare is situated on the main road running through the village, nearing the top of the hill. Originally built as a pavilion along with the bowls green the charity now has a large welfare building which is home to the Cwmdare Miners Welfare Social Club, a reasonably sized car park, plus an outdoor play area.

The hall is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, registered charity number 524152.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Function room
  • Games room
  • Meeting room
  • Car park
  • Enclosed bowls green
  • OAP group
  • Darts/Snooker/Bingo

Cwmdare Miners Welfare Hall and Recreation Ground

Cwmdare

Aberdare

Rhondda Cynon Taff

CF44 8UA

 

01685 882012

Cwmgwili Miners Welfare Association

The hall is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 523889.

The trustees are currently seeking grant funding to update the facilities, with a large expanse of land, featuring a small children’s play area the site has lots of potential for a community asset.

In recent years the trustees have embarked upon a community garden project at the centre of the village, transforming an unkempt parcel of land into a beautiful garden for all the village to enjoy.

  • Community Hall
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Recreational Field
  • Community garden
  • Football Club
  • Birthday parties
  • Polling Station

Cwmgwili Miners Welfare Association

Cwmgwili

Crosshands

Nr Llanelli

Carms

SA14 6PA

 

01269 845399

Cwmtwrch Miners Welfare Hall

 

Cwmtwrch Miners’ Welfare Hall is situated in the village of Upper Cwmtwrch. The Hall owes it’s origins to a deed of gift of land from Lord Tredegar in 1924, with construction costs funded by the Miners’ Welfare Commission. In recent years the Trustees have succesfully secured funding for modernisation of the internal fabric, providing for a well maintained amenity.

The Hall has charitable status, Registered Charity Number 233916, and is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme dated 8 December 2008.

  • Meeting/training room
  • Concert Room
  • Kitchen

Cwmtwrch Miners Welfare Hall

Heol Gwys

Upper Cwmtwrch

Swansea

SA9 2XQ

 

 

Ely Valley Miners Welfare Association

Ely Valley Miners Welfare Association is a registered charity numbered 524254. The charity is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme.

EVMWA has the distinction of being the only welsh based miners welfare to have two trading arms. Firstly the main welfare building is home to a Social Club which has been an anchor tenant for many years. Secondly, the grounds now play host to the Ely Valley Community Sports Park (www.elyvalleysportspark.co.uk) a social enterprise which manages a 3G footballing facility on state-of-the-art 5 aside football pitches.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Function room
  • Car Park
  • Bowls green
  • Football Field
  • Tennis Courts
  • Multi Use Games Area
  • Football clubs
  • Bowls Club
  • Disabled Activity Group

Ely Valley Miners Welfare Association

Mill Street

Tonyrefail

Rhondda Cynon Taff

CF39 8AE

 

01443 670387

Fernhill Workmens Hall

The charity is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme with the Registered Charity Number 524119.

The Hall hosts numerous community activities along with a well established social club.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Function Room
  • Games Room
  • Kitchen
  • Meeting/training rooms
  • Advice & Information
  • Keep fit
  • Community Associtaion Group
  • Darts/Snooker/Pool Teams
  • Indoor Bowls team

Fernhill Workmens Hall & Recreation Ground

Nr Chapel Street

Blaenrhondda

Treorchy

RCT

CF42 5SE

 

01443 771325

Fleur De Lys Institute

Fleur De Lys Institute is the charity which runs the ‘stute’ on the High Street. The charity is governed by a charitable trust deed and is registered with the number 1136292. In recent years the trustees of the hall have made a series of concerted efforts to re-engage with the community and get the building back to full working order. It is hoped that despite several setbacks they will be successful in their aim. Anyone interested in becoming part of the volunteer group should contact the hall and its trustees, new blood is always appreciated.

•Main Hall
•Bar & Lounge
•Games room
•Training/Meeting Rooms
•Social Club
•Christian Society
Abercwmboi Workmens Hall and Institute
Bronallt Terrace
Abercwmboi
Aberdare
CF44 6BP
Main: 01443 472378

Garn Yr Erw Welfare Association

Garn-Yr-Erw is a small charitable building on the main route through the village. The charity is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, with the Registered Charity Number 524171.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Concert Room
  • Games Room
  • Meetings Room
  • Cricket Club
  • Dance Classes
  • Line dances
  • Table Tennis
  • Childrens Activities
  • Guides/Brownies
  • Football Club
  • Farmers Market

Grovesend Miners Welfare Scheme

Plas Road

Grovesend

Swansea

SA4 4WG

 

01792 892194

Grovesend Miners Welfare Scheme

Charity Commission Scheme

Registered Charity Number 524171

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Concert Room
  • Games Room
  • Meetings Room
  • Cricket Club
  • Dance Classes
  • Line dances
  • Table Tennis
  • Childrens Activities
  • Guides/Brownies
  • Football Club
  • Farmers Market

Grovesend Miners Welfare Scheme

Plas Road

Grovesend

Swansea

SA4 4WG

 

01792 892194

Markham & District Miners Welfare Society

Markham Miners Welfare Scheme is registered with the Charity Commission under a Scheme with the Registration Number 239438. The Scheme houses two main buildings, the first, commonly referred to as the ‘institute’ building houses a snooker club, local playgroup and meeting rooms and offices. The second, larger building, formerly a theatre/cinema houses the main community hall. This building also hosts the local Miners Welfare Society, a Social Club formed in the 1960’s as a trading arm for the main charity.

The institute building is based off Abernant Road on the main thoroughfare through Markham village with the former cinema sited located directly behind with its main entrance onto Bryn Road. There is also a sizeable car park situated on the grounds.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Concert Room
  • Games Room
  • Meetings/Training Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Snooker
  • Theatrical groups
  • Scouts
  • Playgroup

Markham & District Miners Welfare Association

Abernant Road

Markham

Blackwood

Gwent

 

Nantyffyllon Institute

‘Nanty Library’ as it is commonly known is a large 3 storey building located on Bangor Terrace. Just off the main road running through Nantyffyllon. The Charity Commission Scheme which governs the organisation has a Registered Charity Number 524127. The hall hosts many community events, housing a local OAP group, bingo club, youth scheme and play group. The lower level of the building is let to a private gym.

  • Concert Rooms
  • Games Room
  • Meeting/Training Rooms
  • Creche
  • Kitchen
  • Gym
  • Youth Club
  • Keep fit
  • Advice and Information centre
  • Mothers and Toddlers
  • Bingo Club
  • Dog training classes
  • Religious meetings
  • Sunday School
  • Welsh Education Authority

Nantyffyllon Institute (Norths Memorial Hall)

Bangor Terrace

Nantyffyllon

Maesteg

Bridgend

CF34 0HU

 

01656 737370

Newbridge - Celynen Collieries Institute

History: In 1898 a group of local miners formed a committee with the aim of finding accommodation to develop social and welfare activities for themselves and their colleagues. In 1908 the finance was found to build on the modern day site, whilst in 1924 the Memorial Hall was built adjacent to the Institute. Together the buildings provided a picture house, dance hall, billiard tables and reading rooms. More latterly it housed a social club that eventually closed down its operation due to economic circumstances, at this stage a public meeting was held and the ‘friends of the memo’ were formed to re-invigorate the building back into community usage.

Location:  The Newbridge Institute and Memorial Hall is a wonderful building, centrally located within the town, just begging to be put to good use. There is a small car park adjacent to the building, plus ample parking in the surrounding streets. The main access can be found on Meredith terrace, whilst Disabled Access is available at the rear of Ty-Llwyd place.

Charity Commission Scheme

Registered Charity Number 244723

  • Concert Room
  • Bar
  • Training/meeting rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Dance / Drama / Singing classes
  • Weight Watchers
  • Employment services
  • Keep fit
  • St Johns Ambulance
  • Yoga
  • Drama
  • OAP groups

Celynen Collieries Institute & Memorial hall

Memorial Hall

High Street

Newbridge

Gwent

NP11 4FH

Nixons Workmens Institute

The ‘Nixons’ is located at the southern end of the town centre of Mountain Ash, as you approach from the Penrhiwceiber direction you will come to a roundabout, head straight on, the Nixons is situated immediately after the Garden of Rememberance on your left. A small lane heads up the hill to the facility, which is clearly visible from the main road, and our car park.

Charity Commision Scheme

Registered Charity Number 524196

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Concert Room
  • Car Park
  • Pigeon fanciers
  • Childrens Dance
  • Dance Classes
  • Bingo
  • Darts

Nixons Workmens Institute

Oxford Street

Mountain Ash

Mid Glamorgan

CF45 3HD

 

01443 472430

Onllwyn & District Miners Welfare Association

Currently governed under the auspices of a Friendly Society, Registered Number 140 SA, Onllwyn Welfare is a large hall located on the main road running through the village of Onllwyn in the Dulais Valley. The hall featured heavily in the motion picture ‘Pride’ based on events in the 84 miners strike.

Modern day, the hall committee is looking to update its governance to become a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). The hall is home to the local male voice choir along with other community groups. The site also features a football field home to junior and senior teams from the village.

  • Lounge
  • Concert Room
  • Kitchen
  • Womens institute
  • Pony Show Club
  • Darts/Quiz Teams
  • Choir

Onllwyn & District Miners Welfare Association

Wembley Avenue

Onllwyn

Neath

West Glamorgan

SA10 9HL

 

01639 700398

Penrhiwceiber Workmens Hall & Institute

Located at the end of the main terrace running through the village centre, the Hall is approximately 150 yards passed the Clock as you come through the village from the southern direction

  • Concert Room
  • Games Room
  • Training/meeting rooms
  • Play Scheme
  • School
  • Advice and Information Centre
  • Communities First
  • Police
  • Amateur Dramatics
  • Bingo
  • Art Classes
  • Computer Classes
  • Diabetics Support Group
  • Health Forum
  • OAP Club
  • Snooker

Penrhiwceiber Workmans Hall & Institute

35 Penrhiwceiber Road

Penrhiwceiber

Mountain Ash

CF45 3SP

Penybank Welfare Institute

The hall is located on the main road running through the village heading towards Ammanford.

Charity Commission Scheme

Registered Charity Number 251632

  • Community Hall
  • Kitchen
  • Martial Arts
  • Urdd Singing and Dancing Groups
  • OAP Club
  • Band practice

Penybank Welfare institute and Recreation Ground

18 Maes Y Dail

Penybanc

Ammanford

Carms

SA18 3TL

Penygroes Memorial Hall & Institute

Penygroes Hall is located close to the local rugby club. The charity secured funding for a new, fit for purpose building in the late 1990’s, making it one of the most modern miners welfare halls in Wales.

The hall is a flat, single storey building with adequate car parking.

Governance: Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 524025

  • Community Hall
  • Games Room
  • Creche
  • Kitchen
  • Keep Fit classes
  • Computer Suites
  • Indoor Bowls
  • WI meetings
  • Weightwatchers
  • Womens Guild
  • Ysgol Meithrin

Penygroes Memorial Hall & Institute

Pontrhydyfen Miners Welfare Scheme

The charity in Pontrhydyfen is spread over 2 sites and hosts a rugby pitch (the Rhyslin fields) on the outskirts of the village, and another site more centrally located featuring the ‘Blue Scar’ club, the community centre and a bowls green and Pavilion.

The facility hosts numerous community activities including a community gym. It is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, with the Charity Registration Number 524222.

  • Community Centre
  • Blue Scar Club
  • Rhyslyn Fields
  • Gymnasium
  • OAP group
  • Bowls (men and women)
  • Bar games
  • Rugby Club
  • Gym

Pontrhydyfen Miners Welfare Scheme

12 Lewis Street

Pontrhydyfen

Neath Port Talbot

SA12 9TH

Pontyates Welfare Association

This well used facility is situated in the Gwendraeth Valley governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 228339.

The hall hosts a community café along with a Library service, run in partnership with the local authority.

The site also comprises of a community garden and a heritage trail.

  • Community Café
  • Library
  • Creche
  • Kitchen
  • Community Hall
  • Meeting/raining rooms
  • Community garden
  • Heritage Walks
  • Ladies Section
  • Mothers and toddlers
  • Dance
  • Whist Club
  • Bingo
  • Library
  • Guides and Brownies

Pontyates Welfare Association

12 Heol Y Meinciau

Pontyates

Llanelli

Carms

SA15 5TR

Resolven Miners Welfare Public Hall & Institute

Resolven Miners Welfare Hall is located on the Neath road running through the village. The hall is a large building housing a theatre on its second floor. The ground floor is home to a Social Club which acts as a trading arm to the main charity. The building itself is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme with the registration number 524230.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Games Room
  • Bingo
  • Pool/Snooker/Darts/Quiz Teams
  • CISWO Social Group

Resolven Miners Welfare Public Hall & Institute

Neath Road

Resolven

Neath

West Glamorgan

SA11 4AH

Seven Sisters Miners Welfare Society

Located on the main road running through the village (Heol Y Felin) the Hall is located at the northern end of the village of Seven Sisters.  The Hall was originally constructed as a Pavilion to the Bowls Green, in later years it is used more of a centre for the community whilst also housing the charity’s trading arm, the Seven Sisters Miners Welfare Social Club.

There are plans in place to make more use of the disused bowls green, with local villagers and trustees working together to build a childrens play area on the site.

The site is all on when level making it a good venue for those with mobility issues, with the car park and main building all at one level. The charity is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, with the Registered Charity Number 524444.

  • Lounge
  • Community Hall
  • Garden Area
  • Darts/Pool Teams
  • Slimming Club
  • Line Dancing

Seven Sisters Miners Welfare Society

Heol Y Felin

Seven Sisters

Neath

West Glamorgan

SA10 9BN

 

01639 700293

Tylorstown Welfare Hall & Institute

Tylorstown Welfare Hall is based on the main road running through the village of Tylorstown, East Road. This large welfare hall is governed by a Charitable Company, charity registration number 1151259. The hall hosts many community events and is seen locally as a centre for the arts and theatre. It has a thriving youth section whilst also catering for the elder generation. The hall trustees are currently focused on attracting funding for this grade II listed building with the aim of modernising and upgrading the facility whilst preserving the heritage of its origins.

www.tylorstownwelfarehall.co.uk

  • Concert room
  • Bar
  • Games Room
  • Training/meeting room
  • Large stage
  • Community First Activities
  • Mothers and toddlers
  • Community contact point
  • Prize bingo
  • Deaf Club meetings
  • St Johns Ambulance
  • Citizens Advice Bureau
  • Over 50’s Club
  • Snooker/Pool

Tylorstown Welfare Hall & Institute

East Road

Tylorstown

Rhondda Cynon Taff

CF43 3DA

Wattstown Social Welfare Centre

Located in Bailey Street, Wattstown, The Welfare Centre is actually the second building to be used by the charity since its inception with the first ‘Welfare Hall’ still standing in the centre of the village. The charity is governed by a Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 524239.

The welfare centre is a two storey building housing many of the villages sports teams. The centre is also home to the charity’s trading arm; the Wattstown Miners Social Club.

  • Lounge/Bar
  • Concert Room
  • Games Room
  • Meeting Room
  • OAP Club
  • Bingo
  • Indoor Bowls
  • Skittles/Darts/Quiz Team
  • Fishing Club

Wattstown Social Welfare Centre

Bailey Street

Wattstown

Rhondda Cynon Taff

CF39 0RA

Ynyswen Miners Welfare Hall

The Hall was originally built in the 1930’s, however in the late 1950’s the hall burnt down, the local miners of the area once again resurrected a welfare building which was built in 1960 and re-opened the following year on a site adjacent to the site of the original Hall. The new hall which still stands today is known locally as the Coffin due to its external appearance.

The hall is situated on the main road between Treherbert and Treorchy. The trustees secured funding in 2009 to widen the entrance drive and improve the condition of the road surface. There is a large car park with excellent access.

Charity Commission Scheme, Registered Charity Number 524240

  • Community Hall
  • Kitchen
  • Car Park
  • OAP Activities
  • Indoor Bowls (men & women)
  • Dog Training Classes
  • Modern and Sequence dancing
  • Children’s dance class
  • Salsa dance classes
  • Line dancing
  • Akido

 

The hall is an excellent facility to hire for the use of classes or parties.

Ynyswen Miners Welfare Hall

Ynyswen Road

Ynyswen

Treorchy

Rhondda Cynon Taff

CF42 6EB