Llandewi Skirrid Village Hall was erected in 1875. In 1998 it was given Grade 2 listed status as a rare example of an unaltered 19th century prefabricated 'Tin Tabernacle.' Of the Medieval church of St David only the tower survives following reconstruction in 1879 in Victorian Gothic style using local stone. Of the earlier church there remains the Royal Arms of Queen Victoria, a Medieval grave-slab and the base of a churchyard preaching cross. St David’s contains a fine example of a W. G. Vowles pipe organ, built in 1882 and restored in 2001.
Village Festival Weekend (13th - 15th September) with 'Gin Jar' evening' (the history of gin and tasting at the Village Hall 13th September, 7.30pm. Tickets £15 including tasting and nibbles (01873 859245/01873 268052); Concert with Monmouth Male Voice Choir at the church, 14th September, 7.30pm Tickets £10 including a glass of wine. (01873 852744). Hall and church open 14th and 15th September, 2.00pm - 4.30pm with refreshments and cream teas, sales table, plant stall, tombola. Scarecrow exhibition throughout the Festival Weekend.
Llandewi Skirrid Village Hall and St. David's, Llandewi Skirrid, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 8AW
Llandewi Skirrid Village Hall and St. David's Church are located just off the B4521 in the village of Llanddewi Skirrid, about 3 miles out of Abergavenny. After the Walnut Tree, continue down the road and up slightly. You will then see the green Village Hall up on your left as the road bends right. The postcode is NP7 8AW. The church is a few hundred yards up the lane from the hall. There is ample car parking at both the hall and the church.
Both the hall and the church are accessible for wheelchair users