FAQs...

  • What will happen at Llanrumney Hall? Llanrumney Hall has an extensive three floors of space and will offer a range of facilities and rooms to hire including a large community hall, community rooms, hot desk facilities, creche facilities, a "Captain Morgan" themed cafe and sports facilities.

  • Will the rooms be too expensive for local people and groups to use? No. We have already secured key anchor tenants who will enable LHCT to offset rental costs for small groups and users, making it extremely affordable.

  • When will it be open? We are open for room hire and viewing.  Our Creche provider is currently interviewing. Our Cafe will be open soon.

  • Will there be any music provision? Yes. We are seeking to provide a well equipped recording studio facility

  • Who will benefit from what goes on when the Hall is developed? We aim to provide options and new opportunities to involve, include and support all age groups and abilities from the local and surrounding areas and visitors interested in the Hall's amazing history.

  • Will opening Llanrumney Hall affect local businesses and take their trade away? No. Llanrumney Hall will be providing a range of new in demand services that are not available nearby. Comparable social enterprises offering similar ranges or facilities similar to Llanrumney Hall have not adversely affected local trading in any way.

  • Is it a private business? No. LHCT is a not for profit charity registered with the charity commission.

  • Will the opening of Llanrumney Hall affect the John Reynolds Centre adversely and hinder the plans of the Boxing Club? No. We will work in partnership with established local groups, not in competition. Many funders now prefer to hear from applicants who work together in local communities, so good and well run partnerships can often be extremely beneficial. 

  • Will LHCT work in partnership with other local groups? Yes. We will welcome working with our neighbouring groups who bring added value to Llanrumney as a community and those from further afield.

  • Will the Hall still be licensed as a pub facility? No. Any function such as weddings, birthday parties or special events will require a licence for the event for alcohol if it is being purchased.

  • During the refurbishment programme, could there be opportunities for young disadvantaged youth to help out and learn skills as part of a small supported team? This may be possible and the appointed contractors and the Board of LHCT will be provided with the question - watch this space!

  • Can Llanrumney Hall help with establishing a local gardening club? We will seek to offer support and encouragement to assist local groups in setting up their own social schemes at the Hall as much as possible. 

Registered charity number | 1165169