Organised children’s activities, known as regulated gatherings in the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 5) (Wales) Regulations), encompass a broad range of activities attended by children and young people, held for their development and well-being, such as sports clubs, drama classes, parent and toddler groups, youth groups and religious groups.
This does not include activities such as children’s birthday parties
At present the Village Hall is not open for private hire
This is a super venue great for art and dance classes and has been very popular for children's birthday parties.
Please note: no bouncy castles or water games allowed
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Situated in the heart of the oldest part of the village of Old St. Mellons, just off the Newport Road and almost hidden from view, is the lively hub that is the Old St. Mellons Village Hall.
The current Hall was officially opened in September 1984, with the latter addition of the smaller side hall. The building comprises the two halls, with a large kitchen off the main hall and toilets off the entrance foyer. It also has a large stage area.
There is disabled access and a disabled toilet.
The Village Hall is owned and managed by the Old St. Mellons Community Council on behalf of Old St. Mellons residents.
There is a Community Council Village Hall Working Party charged with overseeing the running of the Hall and reporting back to full Council at the monthly Community Council meetings held the second Thursday of every month, except August.
The Main Hall can be hired for £10 per hour for residents and £15 per hour for non-residents, an additional one off Caretaker's fee is £15. A bond of £100 is also required. The Main Hall holds 150 guests. This is a super venue great for art and dance classes and has been very popular for children's birthday parties.
Please note: no bouncy castles or water games allowed.
The Community Council look forward to working with all Village Hall users.