Facilities

Clock in the main Hall of Pembrokeshire's Letterston Memorial Hall
T-Loop sign
T-Loop available

Letterston Memorial Hall has facilities to support a wide range of activities; there are four main areas:

The Main Hall including its Stage, the Meeting (Committee) Room, the Computer (IT) Room and the Health Suite.
(This web page is an Overview; please use the Dropdown Menu above for more detail)

Main Hall

18m long by 12m  with wooden floor ideal for dancing and a curtained Stage 9m wide by 7m .
Licensed for 400 for Music/Dancing, 300 seated (plan here) and around 200 seated at tables.
T-loop sound system.
Bar opening into the Main Hall.
Servery hatches opening into the Hall from the well-equipped Kitchen.
Audio-visual equipment is available, follow the link for an overview and then click these links for more detail on the Sound Desk and a Lighting Desk which can be operated either near the Stage or at the back of the Hall.
A Skittle Alley and other games may be hired for your entertainment.

Meeting Room (Committee Room)

9.5m x 6m with a wooden floor suitable for a wide range of activities and furniture for up to 60 people in rows or 40 around tables.
Located near the back entrance to the Stage for performers to change and store equipment.
T-loop sound system.

Computer (IT) Room

is 6m by 4.5m carpeted with two Desktop Computers.
There is a central table for meetings of up to 10 people.
The room includes PC-connected Printer, Projector, Screen and Whiteboard.

Health Suite

This comprises a Doctor’s and a Nurse’s Room.
It was used by the Goodwick Surgery once a week but that service no longer operates.
Goodwick surgery moved to join the Fishguard Health Centre in 2019.

Outside

there is a Car park a Grass activity area and Tennis Courts.

Event Support and Hall Maintenance:

The Caretaker and Cleaning staff look after the Hall’s daily needs including locking up overnight. Committee members are available as needed to help with setting up the Stage technical facilities, laying out the Hall and running the Bar for Events but organisers should plan to provide sufficient help to run their Events. Registered Door-Keepers must be provided for certain larger functions; check at the time of making a booking.