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raised of £10,000 target by 5 supporters

    Weʼve raised £120 to Help pay for essential repairs to the 160 year old, Grade 2* Listed, Cardigan Guildhall.

    Funded on Wednesday, 5th June 2019

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    We are a not for profit community organisation that operates and manages this 160 year old Heritage building as a community resource offering a Gallery, Community Centre, Function Rooms, Dance Hall, Commercial Kitchen, Wedding Venue and much more.

    We (Menter Aberteifi) took it over from the Council in 2008 and since then have been running it on behalf of the community. We receive no regular core funding from any source and have been able to just about break even.

    This year we have had major breakdowns of both the main Lift, which allows disabled access to the upper floor and also the iconic Guildhall Clock, which dominates the Cardigan skyline. In addition to this urgent remedial work is needed to cure water ingress problems with the front windows and elevations of the building. We have very little to contribute towards these costs so are hoping to crowdfund at least part of the costs.

    We need to raise at least £10,000.

    Whatever you can give would be gratefully received and help maintain this important heritage building and Cardigan landmark.



    • Julian Beynon-Lewis10 months ago
      Julian Beynon-Lewis

      Julian Beynon-Lewis

      10 months ago

      Just to update you all we have almost raised all the money needed to deal with the water ingress problems through grants and we have enough raised from the community to pay for the repairs of the Clock. Thanks to M&E Pearce, Dr Alan Griffiths and Cardigan Town Council for their generous contributions, and all the members of the public who donated. We still need money to repair the lift. Up to £20,000 and we are still aiming to raise at least £5,000 and possibly £10,000 to get that done.

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    • Julian Beynon-Lewis1 year ago
      Julian Beynon-Lewis

      Julian Beynon-Lewis

      1 year ago
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    Page last updated on: 4/30/2019 15.16



    • Felicia Cori

      Felicia Cori

      Feb 18, 2019

      It seems important to preserve this historic building.


    • Anonymous


      Feb 16, 2019


    • Born & brought up in Cardigan and still a regular visitor so good luck

      Born & brought up in Cardigan and still a regular visitor so good luck

      Feb 12, 2019


    • Stephanie moorhouse

      Stephanie moorhouse

      Feb 12, 2019


    • Anonymous


      Feb 5, 2019

      Happy to support this well used resource. Well done for keeping it going for the community !

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