Canolfan Hermon is a community owned and run venue in Hermon, North Pembrokeshire. Completed in 2013, the old school and its new timber-framed extension offer the ideal space for local villages to come together and celebrate the extraordinary story of what small, rural communities can achieve when they work together. Voluntary office staff are on site from 10.00am to 1.00pm every weekday.
West Wales Bio-Diversity conference success
The West Wales Bio-Diversity group held a successful conference for over 60 attendees on Saturday March 4th 2017 at Canolfan Hermon. It proved to be a central venue for delegates who attended from across West Wales and the comment received from the organisers was “As we’d hoped it was an ideal venue… I can safely say this on behalf of attendees, speakers and delegates alike. We had very good feedback”
We are home to a number of specialist interest groups including:
- Brownies & Girl Guides
- C.Ff.I Hermon Young Farmers Club (YFC)
- Glandwr & District Women’s Institute (WI)
- Adult Ballet
- Hermon Model Show
- Hermon Heritage Group
- Cylch Meithrin Hermon
- Cylch Ti a Fi Hermon
Ar y 30ain o Fehefin fydd Cegin Bella yn cymryd egwyl o’r caffi am cwpwl o fisoedd. Cadwch lygad ar ein tudalen am fwy o wybodaeth.
As of the 30th of June 2018 Cegin Bella will be taking a break from the cafe for a few months. Keep visiting our page for updates.
Canolfan Hermon also offers a wide range of courses delivered through the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA), Pembrokeshire Learning and STEP Forward (Adult community Education through Pembrokeshire College) With a range of different rooms available for hire we are able to offer the ideal space for your group, meeting, training session or party, whether there are 5, 50 or 150 of you! If you are looking for a new venue to hold a conference, training session or to meet in, interested forming a specialist group or joining some local classes, we are sure Canolfan Hermon has just the thing …. And if we don’t, we would be happy to work with you to make it happen. So why not come along and get involved.