Welcome to Criccieth Memorial Hall
Our Hall is 100 years old next year, 2022 and we are holding a series of concerts in October to raise money to fund our celebrations. The link above takes you to Ticketsource where you can purchase your tickets. All the money from the ticket sales will go towards paying for the week long activities, providing entertainment for the whole community. For more information about the concerts go to our What's On page. Please join us for our first live music concerts since lockdown.
The Hall is available for a range of occasions from concerts to weddings and is regularly used by a variety of organisations and individuals for different events.
This listed building was built with Public donations as a memorial to local residents who fought and perished during the First World War and now includes those who gave their lives in the Second World War.
The Memorial Hall was opened by local renowned statesman and former Prime Minister David Lloyd George in 1922, and still contains some original Art Deco features.
THE HALL HAS RE-OPENED FOLLOWING THE GOVERMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS THAT WE ARE IN COVID LEVEL 0. WE ARE OPEN FOR ALL EVENTS, COMMUNITY EVENTS, PARTIES, WEDDING RECEPTIONS, PLAYS, MEETINGS AS REQUIRED.
All enquiries to the Booking Officer please on 07860417569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org