12.7.19 - Marriage and Civil Partnerships
A wedding licence has been applied for.  We are now awaiting approval from the Council to be an official wedding and civil partnership venue. 
10.07.19 - Cafe Operator
We have appointed a cafe operator. The cafe is expected to be open in August 2019. Exact Date TBC
6.6.19 - Open Day
We held a soft opening on this date to celebrate the refurbishments of the hall.  We are planning a street party by the end of August to celebrate officially opening. 
22.05.18 - FIRST AGM

Held on Thursday 3rd May 2018 at 5pm. Minutes can be found here

28.06.17 - WE DID IT!

The Welsh Labour Government has announced £443,658 will be given to Llanrumney Hall Community Trust. Wonderful news for the restoration of the grade two listed building.

Communities and Children’s Secretary has announced £3,734,989 to improve community facilities across Wales. Thirteen projects will share the funding during 2017/18 from the Welsh Government’s Community Facilities programme.

The programme provides capital grants of up to £500,000, to develop and improve facilities for communities, aimed at tackling poverty and its effects.

The 13 projects to receive funding all provide access to services and activities which increase opportunity and help prevent or alleviate poverty, such as sporting facilities, hostel accommodation for homeless young people and library facilities. Seven of the projects are in Communities First areas.

Announcing the funding on a visit to the ASK Centre in Rhyl a previous beneficiary of the scheme, Cabinet Secretary Carl Sargeant said:

“This funding is not simply about improving buildings. In applying for these grants community organisations have had to demonstrate how the facilities they offer provide vital community services which help prevent or tackle poverty. For example, activities for Communities First or Families First; operating a food bank, hosting advice services or saving a service which would otherwise be lost to the community such as a shop or library.

“Previous funding under this scheme has had a beneficial impact upon Welsh communities and the day to day lives of local people. While this is the last round of awards under the current funding arrangements a revised scheme will reopen this summer.”

The thirteen projects to receive the £3.724 million are as follows:

Llanrumney Hall Community Trust, Cardiff (£443,658)

Rhyl and District RUFC, Denbighshire (£450,000)
Y Fron Development group, Gwynedd (£195,000)

Stephens and George Centenary Charitable Trust, Merthyr Tydfil (£55,000)

The National Trust, Newport (£353,880)

Tiddlywinks Childcare Centre, Neath Port Talbot (£152,370)

The Caia Park Partnership Limited, Wrexham (£500,000)

BRfm, Blaenau Gwent (£59,859)

Gwynedd and Ynys Mon CAB, Gwynedd (£235,000)

GISDA, Gwynedd (£370,000)

Parish of Skewen, Neath Port Talbot (£300,000)

Neyland CIC, Pembrokeshire (£500,000)

The Wrexham Warehouse Project, Wrexham (£200,000)

Congratulations to all of the other applicants, too!


Registered charity number | 1165169