The villagers of Efail Isaf first talked about building a hall for the community in the 1930s, but plans were put on hold during World War II. In the 1950s, the project was revived and a committee of local people was established to raise funds and supervise the building of the hall.
Most villagers contributed 2/6 (12 ½ pence) per month towards the hall. Along with grants from the local community council and the Ministry of Education, the commitee raised the £4000 needed to build Efail Isaf Village Hall, which was officially opened in 1965.
Today, we’re still run by a committee of local volunteers. We’re always looking for people to join us, so if you have time, skills and community spirit, please get in touch..