Welcome to the Neuadd Pendre Social Centre Website


Neuadd Pendre Social Centre is the ideal venue for meetings of associations, clubs, and organisations. Rooms of various sizes are available for hire by the hour or day, or any mix of rooms can be hired for functions, events or celebrations. Commercial standard kitchen facilities are available for events requireing catering, and the licensed bar is also available on request, operated by Neuadd Pendre Committee. 

The Centre is operated by an elected management committee as a registered charity (charity number 524300) and aims to provide an affordable meeting place for hire, by groups and associations, individuals and businesses within Tywyn and the local area.

To make a booking telephone: 07387 829923

Enquiries can also be made to 01654 710650

Neuadd Pendre Social Centre, Brook Street, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36 9DP


Thanks to funders The National Lottery, The Welsh Assembly Governement CFAP Fund, Mantell, Gwynedd, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd, Peter Saunders Trust, and The Co-Op, and to local expertise from Chartered Surveyor Spencer Pughe,and contractors Chesworth Bros.





  • Tywyn Wurlitzer

    Possibly the only village hall in the UK with a Wurlitzer Organ. Regular concerts are performed by organists of international repute.

  • Youth Club

    The Youth Club meets twice a week during school term time.

  • Line Dancing

    Most Friday evenings, see calendar.

Neuadd Pendre Tywyn
When first built in Brook Street, Tywyn in around 1912 it was for use as a Drill Hall for the Territorial Army. Since that time Neuadd Pendre has seen many different uses - army foot drill and weapons training; sports; leisure and social activities such as whist drives; bingo sessions, small bore rifle club range, committee meetings and, in fact, anything that the hall and its rooms could be used for.

It became the responsibility of Tywyn Town Council and in 1971 the charitable trust which manages the venue today was established. In 2012 the trust purchased the property and remain committed to its use as a youth club, and community venue.

A successful application for a National Lottery grant from the Arts Council for Wales resulted in the installation of John Smallwood's private Wurlitzer Theatre Organ which has become known nationwide as The Tywyn Wurlitzer.

The re-development 2012 -2013 has provided a completely modernised building, fully licensed, with full catering facilities and state of the art audio visual equipment.


The Tywyn venue available to the community for social activities large or small
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