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Victoria Hall

The Victoria Hall was originally built as a Gospel Hall in 1875/76. However it was left in a semi-derelict condition for some years before it was used by the Salvation Army, who continued to use it until 1889. It was then bought by the Presbyterian Church of England, and named St. David’s Hall.

The Victoria Hall

The Victoria Hall

The use of the premises was temporarily secured by the Methodist Church in 1899 who, in 1904, with its earlier debt cleared, bought the lease of the property together with the adjoining land. It was then that it was renamed the Victoria Hall. Soon several other rooms were built on, serving as a kitchen, church parlour, classroom and club room.

In 1915 the Red Cross were given free use of the Victoria Hall as a military hospital for the duration of the war. During this period a Minor Hall and a kitchen were added. The Hall was reopened for the Sunday School on Easter Sunday 1919.

A major refurbishment of the premises was completed in 1994: This included the rebuilding of the Minor Hall, kitchen, foyer and toilets together with improvements to the main hall, and the provision of showers and disabled toilet facilities.

Main Hall

Main Hall

Minor Hall

Minor Hall

Kitchen

Kitchen

The Victoria Hall is used by many groups and is a real asset to the community of Mumbles. If you would like to hire the hall the charges per 4 hour session are :-

Weekdays
Saturdays
Main Hall – £26
Four hour
Minor Hall – £21
weekend rate
Kitchen – £13.50
is £82

A session is morning 9a.m-1p.m, afternoon 1p.m-5p.m, evening 7-10.30p.m.

Should access be required to the Victoria Hall on the Friday evening (after 9.00 p.m.) prior to any Saturday event, a further charge of £10.00 will be made.

To hire The Victoria Hall please contact Mrs Myra Maddock on 01792 207484

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“When he had called together all the people’s chief priests and teachers of the law, he asked them where the Messiah was to be born. “In Bethlehem in Judea,” they replied, “for this is what the prophet has written: “‘But you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, are by no means least among the rulers of Judah; for out of you will come a ruler who will shepherd my people Israel.’”” — Matthew 2:4-6 Listen to chapter Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica. Powered by BibleGateway.com.

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Pontardawe Youth Club’s Christmas Shoebox Appeal for Rough Sleepers 2017 Well tonight we have handed over our boxes to Mark Barret at the Mission Church in Neath and Huw and Cerys Davies at the Brunswick Methodist Church in Swansea. It was fantastic to see everyone doing their bit to help out those less fortunate and humbling to think we were able to help them. This year is the first time Pontardawe Youth Club have been involved in such a scheme and we will build on this next year thanks to people in the community helping us blast through our target. On another note our selection boxes have been wrapped up and are ready to hand out to the Children on Morriston Hospital’s Oakwood Ward. Without your kind support this would not have been possible. Katy has done really well in collecting the baby clothes which again you supported. These are being made available at Pantry to those who need them in the Swansea Valley and Cwmgors areas. So here goes the totals We aimed to get 67 filled shoe boxes; we got 180 boxes filled. Selection boxes; last year we collected 86.......this year we have managed to get 150!!! Fantastic. Some of these will be handed to Social Services to hand out to children. Finally we managed to collect over 400 items of baby clothes. So I’m sure you’d agree with me in saying this is brilliant and down to the kind support of the people of Pontardawe and beyond. We can’t emphasise enough how proud we are to help others less fortunate in our Community. This has been an amazing and humbling experience. Thank you everyone for your support. Merry Christmas to you all and a happy new year. Diolch Am eich cefnogaeth. Nadolig Llawen I Chi I gyd a blwyddyn newydd Dda From us all at Pontardawe Youth Club

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