HOW YOU CAN HELP
Newbridge Memo wants to strengthen it's links with local people! We want local people to help shape our work, activities and priorities so we can effectively meet local need. Most importantly, we want to find ways to make an ongoing dialogue and relationship with local people realistic, easy and satisfying for everyone. We can only do this with your ideas. Please take five minutes to complete this survey https://goo.gl/forms/ZXkmXi9B86lmFGef1 Please get in touch with Newbridge Memo on 01495 243252 to find out more or Leanne at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also really want to speak to people in person - so please get in touch if you're able to offer some more of your time in person. Your voice will be heard and valued and we plan to keep on talking to you
Celynen Collieries Institute & Memorial (known as Newbridge Memo) are Grade II and Grade II* listed buildings in the heart of Newbridge, south Wales. The Institute building which opened in 1908 is a lasting monument to the miners who worked so hard to build it and the Memorial Hall built in 1924 serves as a memorial to the local servicemen who lost their lives during World War One.
Recently refurbished with dedication and care, the Memo has once again become a crucial hub for our local community, with a busy modern library, daily classes and events and a variety of evening entertainment. In November 2014 the Art Deco auditorium reopened its doors, filling the space with music and theatre once again.