WEDDING FAYRE 9TH FEB 2014 - STALLS AVAILABLE. PLEASE CALL 01495 357825 FOR MORE INFO.
Are you looking for that special venue for your Event/Conference. Then why not consider Llanhilleth Miners Institute that can cater for your every need.
For further information on what we have to offer please call us on
Licensed Wedding Venue
Wedding Ceremony's,Wedding Receptions,Children's Birthday Parties, Adult Birthday Parties, and much more
MEETINGS & CORPORATE EVENTS
Call 01495 357825 or 01495 357827 for more information
Mr and Mrs Marshman 2011
Our Main Hall will accommodate up to 200 people in a beautiful historic setting.
Licensed Bar and Catering services available.
Come along and have a look around or
Llanhilleth Miners Institute now has stocks of Blaenau Gwent Recycling bags, Blue and clear. Please come in and ask at reception we have weekly stock replenishment. Please call to check availability 01495 357825.Blaenau Gwent No longer supply us with RECYCLING BAGS
Discounts Available for party and conference bookings for 2014
The Red Ash Community Cafe and Library
Open each week day 11.30am to 2pm
Internet Cafe and Library
Serving Hot and Cold Drinks
Hot and Cold Light Snacks and Lunches
Llanhilleth Institute provides a vibrant link with the industrial past of the Ebbw Fach Valley. This Grade II listed building stands prestigiously within the picturesque village of Llanhilleth and is now a unique venue that caters for conferences, weddings, the arts and live entertainment; as well as acting as a focus and resource for the whole of the community (see our Community and Local Services pages).
Fully restored to the original glory of when it was first built in 1906, Llanhilleth Institute has two function rooms; a large Dance Hall (Ithel Suite) with bar and smaller Ebbw Suites, an Internet Cafe (Red Ash Café) and Youth Room. It is also home to St Illtyds Communities First, NCH, the Local Health Board and an Independent Doctor.
The heritage of Llanhilleth and the St Illtyds Ward is about more than simply coal mining. Although coal mining played an important role; the Institute itself being built and paid for by the local Miners, it is also an area of myths and legends, fairies and folklore with its own Giant and Castle.
Little evidence of the powerful coal industry remains and the scars of coal mining have healed allowing the beautiful scenery of Llanhilleth to shine through. St Illtyds Church is only a short drive above the Institute from which the most spectacular views can be seen.
We look forward to welcoming you.
The vibrant heart of the community, seeking to meet the changing needs of the people it serves, and reflect the vision of the miners who built it.
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