The Village Hall committee have organised a network of volunteers to help people in our area encountering difficulties due to Covid 19. If you need help, or want to volunteer to help, the details are here
Lockdown News: Latest – bread deliveries from Wigmores Bakery
Event Cancellations: The hall is now closed, and all events and activities have been cancelled for the time being.
The Narth village is hidden away in the Wye valley, on the Trellech plateau in Monmouthshire, Wales. Our village hall is at the heart of the community, in regular use for parties, village and social events, meetings and many local clubs and activities.
The main hall is spacious and well lit with a stage and pull down screen, and a speaker system and projector. There is a good-sized second room, a useful place to feed hungry children during a party while the adults celebrate in the main hall. The wooden floor is ideal for dancing. The kitchen is well stocked with crockery and cutlery, stainless steel food preparation areas, oven, dishwasher and fridge.
Opposite the Hall is a large clearing in the woods known as The Glade where there is a children’s play area with playground equipment. It’s an ideal arrangement for a children’s party and can be booked in conjunction with the hall or on its own. (Arranged events in the Glade must be booked with the village hall or direct with the landowner Natural Resources Wales.)
There is plenty of parking space, disabled access and toilet, and we have a marquee available to extend the covered area for our changeable summer weather.
Capacity of the main hall: 120 standing / 60 seated
The Narth and District Village Hall is a registered charity, number 524389