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Borth Sports & Playing Fields Association

B.S.P.F.A.
Borth Sports and Playing Fields Association.
  
The hall was opened in 1999 and replaced the previous memorial hall which was destroyed by fire. The hall is used extensively by community groups and for events such as concerts, parties and wedding receptions, Click Here for: What's On & Hire Charges  

The hall is administered by  B.S.P.F.A. (Borth Sports & Playing Fields Association.) (incorporating Borth Sports & Community Hall Association) Charity Registered.
With financial help from Borth Community Council

Contacts

Ray Quant (chairperson) – (01970) 820603   e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Hilary Matthews (treasurer) – (01970) 871912
Joan Gethin (secretary) – (01970) 828819
Roy Jones (hall bookings) – (01970) 871411  e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Steve (caretaker) - 
 
Click Here for: Borth Community Hall & How to get Here   (Directions)
Click Here for: What's On & Hire Charges
 
Facilities
A large main hall (just over the size of two badminton courts) with a small stage.  The Hall is used by many local groups including the Badminton Club, Aerobics, Junior Badminton, Yoga and the Short Mat Bowls Club as well as The Royal British Legion, Plant Dewi, Senior Citizens, and W.I.  For information about hiring the Hall please phone the Bookings Secretary, Roy Jones. The weekly list of bookings is displayed in the Hall as 'What's On' and a list of regular bookings are published on this website.

Three spacious meeting rooms upstairs, one of which has a dance floor, one is a committee room used by the Community Council and other groups, and it is hoped that the third will eventually be used as a Community Learning Centre with Wifi accessed computers available for learning classes for all ages of the community.
  • Kitchen
  • Toilets
  • Changing Rooms and showers
  • We also have two playing fields, one is used as a football pitch after replacing a previously outdated drainage system, and the other is used for other sports including football. 

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