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OPEN DAY SUCCESS

A huge “Thank You” to all those people who turned out for our open day today. Our trustees unveiled our proposals for refurbishing Crickhowell’s Clarence Hall, using plans and an animated “fly-through” of what the building could look like. We also gathered feedback from a steady stream of visitors. Last week, the Trustees revealed that...

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CLARENCE HALL OPEN DAY TOMORROW, SUNDAY MARCH 10TH

Please share so that as many people as possible get an opportunity to come and see our plans for the refurbishment of Crickhowell’s Clarence Hall. Tomorrow (Sunday) 12-4pm.  

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CLARENCE HALL WON’T LAST THREE YEARS WITHOUT REPAIR, SAY TRUSTEES

We have some important news about Crickhowell’s Clarence Hall and our plans for a major refurbishment of the building. The Trustees have carried out a review of the Hall and we have come to the conclusion that without major repairs now, Clarence Hall will cease to function as a community event venue in less than...

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LORD HIGH SHERIFF OF POWYS VISITS CLARENCE HALL

We were delighted to welcome the Lord High Sheriff of Powys, David Price, and his wife, Elaine, to Crickhowell.  He came to see for himself how the town won the Great British High Street competition. We took our guests on a tour of The Corn Exchange and on to Crickhowell’s next big challenge, Clarence Hall. ...

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Crickhowell in Downing Street

Our Chair of Trustees, Dean Christy represented Crickhowell at the Saint David’s Day Reception in Downing Street.  He met the Prime Minister and The Welsh Secretary and spread the word about the town’s achievements with The Corn Exchange, the Great British High Street campaign and now The Clarence Hall project.

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FIRST LOOK AT CLARENCE HALL PLANS

Here are the first architect’s impressions of how The Clarence Hall could look in the future. Trustees of Hall have approved a major project to refurbish the building and turn it into “the biggest and finest event venue in Crickhowell.” The plans were presented to them, and The Clarence Hall’s new Patron, Dame Shân Legge-Bourke,...

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