Lisvane Memorial Hall

was built on land donated by Hugh Travell England in memory of his brother Richard Geoffrey England, who was killed in WW2. The land was donated “in order to build upon it a Memorial Hall”. The Hall is administered by Trustees "For the purposes of physical and mental training and recreation and social, moral and intellectual development through the medium of reading and recreation rooms, library, lectures, classes, recreations and entertainments or otherwise as maybe found expedient for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Parish of Lisvane without distinction of sex or of political, religious or other opinions".

Lisvane Memorial Hall is a Registered Charity No 524175 run by a Board of Trustees and Regulated by the Charity Commission.

To contact the Board of Trustees: Secretary Chris Parsons, (Note: this is not for Bookings, please use the Contact Us/Bookings page.)

Lisvane Memorial Hall is independent of the Lisvane Community Council (which owns the Old School Community Centre) and the Lisvane Community Association.

Defibrillator and CCTV

CCTV has been installed at the front of the Hall. This is to provide security for the defibrillator which is located on the front wall of the Hall. CCTV Images will be retained for 14 days before being overwritten. For further information, please contact

The Hall can be hired.

There are three rooms for hire. The Main Hall will hold 150 people cinema-style and about 100 in comfort for dining. The Small Hall will hold 50 people cinema-style or can offer a simple meal for about 32 people. The Committee Room has capacity for about 12 people round a table. For more details about the facilities of the individual rooms click here.

There is on-site parking for 37 cars including 3 disabled spaces.

The Hall hosts many regular users

Advanced Motorists
Art Workshop
Baptist Church
Contemporary Arts Society
Fitness League
Gardening Club
Lisvane Players
Lisvane Singers
Slimming World
Time to Talk
Women's Institute

Would you help to run the Hall?

We would welcome anyone willing to help us in the running of the Hall by becoming a Trustee. 

The Trustees meet every two months to discuss the challenges facing the hall and how to manage them. Some Trustees make a regular commitment to the management of the hall; others undertake small tasks or projects as they are able. You do not have to live in Lisvane to become a Trustee; if you regularly use the Hall and would like to help, you can still be a Trustee. If you can allocate some time to the hall, we can make use of it. If you have a particular expertise or experience directly related to the running of a community hall, that would be great; but everyone willing is warmly welcomed. If you’d like to find out more, talk to the Trustee Secretary, Chris Parsons on 2074 7241, or email him at

You could also help the Hall by joining he “100 Club”.

The “100 Club” exists to contribute to funding for improvements to the Hall. Joining the 100 Club costs £10 per quarter and will give you the opportunity to win prizes £150, £100, and £50, every three months. There are currently vacancies available. You may take out as many of the “100 Club” numbers as you wish at £10 each, subject only to availability; and remember “You have to be in to win!” Click here to download an application form.