Welcome to Criccieth Memorial Hall
To our valued friends and supporters,
In response to the Prime Minister’s statement advising the UK public to avoid unnecessary social contact, and as a result of numerous cancellations to bookings, we regret to inform you that Criccieth Memorial Hall will close on the 21st March until further notice. We will continue to follow guidance as to when we may open once more.
We understand that this decision will come as a disappointment and inconvenience, but ultimately, we all want the same thing: the health and safety of the community, and we believe this is the right decision to make right now.
Pre-paid deposits for Hall bookings which have had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 virus crisis will be wholly refunded upon request to the Treasurer, either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by post to the Treasurer, Criccieth Memorial Hall, LL52 0HB.
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.