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    Canolfan Edward Richard Centre

    The Edward Richard Centre was developed primarily as a facility for the local community in the beautiful Welsh village of Ystrad Meurig, 13 miles southeast of Aberystwyth. The modern conversion of this historic building has produced a versatile resource that provides a quality venue for a wide range of social and cultural activities and events, meetings and small conferences,

    Hire the rooms and facilities of the Edward Richard Centre on an hourly, daily or weekly-session basis.

    We welcome booking enquiries from anyone who wishes to set up a special interest/activity group, run a class or hold an event.

    Booking Contact
    Celia Bailey Jones or Paul Westney
    Charity Number
    1086985
    General Hall Information

    See website 6 parking spaces adjacent to the entrance; ample parking around, with a field available for larger events.

    Seating Capacity
    80people
    Meeting Room seating capacity
    35people
    Other Rooms

    Upstairs room – set up as IT suite, with 8 computers, also available as meeting room with seating capacity 15; Fully equipped kitchen, with microwave and dishwasher; also Office suitable for small meetings.

    Car Park Capacity
    6spaces
    Disabled Parking
    Yes
    Disabled Access
    Yes
    Stage Type
    Portable stage
    Lighting Equipment
    Yes
    Sound Equipment
    Yes
    Changing Room/s
    Yes
    Equipment available
    Projector Screen, Digital Projector, Broadband, Laptops, Flipchart, Other (please enquire)
    Bar Area
    Yes
    Public Liability
    Yes
    Premises Licence
    Yes
    Hearing Loop
    Yes
    Valid Fire Certificate
    Yes
    Kitchen Utilities
    Hot and cold water, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Cutlery, Crockery
    Hire Charges

    See Website

    Additional Information

    The Centre offers basic hostel facilities – two rooms are available for sleeping, with kitchen and washing facilities with shower; camping in tents in the grounds is also possible. The location of the building also makes possible its use for private purposes – for example, quiet meetings, including meditation, or, alternatively, for music practice. Signage for the kitchen and toilets is also provided in braille.

    Typical, regular and fixed events

    Easter fair - April/May Summer barbecue and twmpath – July Ystrad Meurig Horticultural Show – 2nd Saturday in September Winter Fair – early December Hwyl yr Wyl – Christmas concert, in aid of a chosen charity, mid December

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