Town Council

The imposing Pembroke Town Hall is situated in Main Street.

If you are arranging a wedding reception, a celebration or reunion, organising a conference, anniversary, birthday party, quiz night or just looking for a place to meet why not try Pembroke Town Hall

We have the Tudor Room – a large function room which accommodates up to 200 people and also the Dillwyn Davies room that’s ideal for smaller meetings. Our unique building is equipped with audio visual equipment and full kitchen facilities.

Pembroke Town Hall – Timeline

1819
Built as the new Town Hall & Market replacing an earlier 18th century Shire Hall that stood out into Main Street on the site of Clock House (opposite).

1820
Former Shire Hall demolished.

1833
New Town Hall & Market described as ‘a plain modern building…and underneath it….a commodious area for the corn market’.

1847
Alterations made to accommodate the courtroom.

1875
New markets proposed to designs by K W Ladd including plans to raise existing council chamber roof.

1882
Above alterations completed.

1887
Iron plaque with town crest in roundel affixed to front external wall of building.

1911
Flight of external stairs to the left front façade removed.

1993
Extension built at rear to a design by Clair Julien.

Pembroke Town Hall is a two-storey building, the ground floor faced with grey limestone.

The ground floor has five round arched openings that were formerly open market entrances.

The centre arch is now the main entrance and the flanking arches are windows.

Town Clerk: Mrs Suzie Thomas

Address: The Town Hall
Main Street
Pembroke
SA71 4JS

Telephone: 01646 683092

Email: suzie@pembstowncouncil.plus.com

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