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Llandegla A village and community…

War Memorial Plaque

War Memorial Plaque

War Memorial Plaque


Many of the community events are based in the Memorial Hall and it is available to hire at very reasonable prices. Click here to see the current hire rates and User Guide.


To book the hall or any of its facilities contact Haydn Edwards on 01978 790419. All bookings made are only guaranteed once you receive confirmation.



Memorial Hall

A brief history of Llandegla Memorial Hall.

Llandegla Memorial Hall

Llandegla Memorial Hall

Built in 1841-42 the hall was originally a Wesleyan Church and was purchased by Mrs Dewhurst of Bodidris in 1914. Following restoration the building was given to the village and was officially opened on 17th June 1918 as the Llandegla War Memorial Hall with the Lord Bishop of St Asaph officiating.


Since opening the hall has been well maintained by a management group of trustees all of whom live in the community. With a field being purchased behind the hall in the mid nineteen sixties, extensive renovations and additions including kitchen, committee room and toilets added in 1991 and a pavillion erected on the field, the Memorial Hall serves the community in many ways.


The hall houses a timber plaque erected to the memory of those men when went from Llandegla to serve in the Great War of 1914-18. Those who did not return and those who gave their life during the Second War are commemorated. The plaque  is headed with a Welsh inscription which translates as ”Better to die a brave boy not live as a cowardly boy ”.


If you are looking for further information regarding the War Memorial plaque please visit the War Memorials page here

View of the Memorial Hall plaque

War Memorial Plaque