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Llandegfan Parish Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Menai Bridge, Isle of Anglesey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.2442 / 53°14'38"N

Longitude: -4.1514 / 4°9'5"W

OS Eastings: 256535

OS Northings: 374064

OS Grid: SH565740

Mapcode National: GBR JN33.YZV

Mapcode Global: WH541.6QDB

Entry Name: Llandegfan Parish Hall

Listing Date: 28 May 2003

Last Amended: 28 May 2003

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 81137

Building Class: Recreational

Location: Set back from the W side of Bro Llewellyn at the N end of the village of Llandegfan.

County: Isle of Anglesey

Community: Cwm Cadnant

Community: Cwm Cadnant

Locality: Llandegfan

Built-Up Area: Menai Bridge

Traditional County: Anglesey

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History

Early C20 parish hall, dated by stone above doorway which bears the date 1904. Built on land recorded as part of Pen y Cefn Nursery in the Tithe Apportionment of the parish, 1845. Extended by the addition of a gabled wing to rear in 1922.

Exterior

Lofted parish hall in Arts and Crafts style. Rendered elevations with plinth course. Slate roof with advanced eaves and verges; rendered stacks topped by brick. Windows are small-paned sash or casements of up to 7 lights; slate sills and broad timber lintels. The original part is an asymmetrically planned range, built to an H-shaped plan, entrance in a gabled porch with raking walls and exposed timbers in gable apex; single window to L. The RH cross wing has a central advanced stack with flanking paired ground floor lights and single 1st floor windows. The smaller cross wing to L has a wide ground floor window of 5 lights, the 1st floor window comprises 4 x 8-paned sash windows spaced by timber mullions.
The lateral wall of the RH cross wing is of 3 bays, the central bay gabled with doorway to L and 1st floor window of 4 lights in gable apex, slate plaque over reads: NEUADD PLWYF / PARISH HALL. Flanking bays have 3-light windows. The rear gable wall has a wide window of 7 lights.
The LH cross wing has a lean-to porch along the lateral wall, doorway to L with paired 8-pane sash windows in gable dormer over; casement window to R. Ther is a single storey gabled addition at the rear gable, with blocked window in the lateral wall.
To the rear of the main part is a parallel gabled block, the L gable has 15 paned lights to either side; small gable stack at apex. The opposite gable has a wide window of 3 lights, a slate plaque in the gable apex above bears the date 1922.

Interior

The interior was not inspected at the time of the survey.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good parish hall, a fine essay in the Arts and Crafts style strong on the island in the early C20.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Melin Llandegfan
    Set back from the SW side of Bro Llewellyn at the N end of the village of Llandegfan.
  • II Hen Ysgol and schoolhouse
    Set back from the N side of Bro Llewellyn at the N end of the village of Llandegfan.
  • II Wellhouse by Hen Ysgol
    Set alongside the N side of Bro Llewellyn at the N end of the village of Llangegfan; directly to SE of Hen Ysgol.
  • II Church of St Tegfan
    Set back from the N side of a country road leading N and E out of Llandegfan towards Hen Bentref Llandegfan.
  • II Millbank
    Set back, within private grounds, from the N side of Lon Ganol, leading E out of the village of Llandegfan.
  • II Barn at Millbank
    Set back, within private grounds, from the N side of Lon Ganol, leading out of the village of Llandegfan; the barn lies ENE of the house.
  • II Tower and walls at Min y Twr
    Within the private grounds of Min y Twr, in an elevated location above the NW side of the A545 Beaumaris Road out of Menai Bridge.
  • II Pant Howell
    Set back, within private grounds, from the W side of a country road leading from Llandegfan to Llansadwrn; c0.5km NW of the Church of St Tegfan.

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