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The pool is 25m x 8.4m. Its depth is 1.07m in the shallow end, 1.57m at the far end, its deepest part being 1.98m which is situated ¾ of the way up the pool from the shallow end. Water temperature is normally in the range of 29.4-29.6°c. The pool is host to a number of aquatic activities including fun swims, under 8’s sessions, adult and junior instruction together with club sessions for competitive swimmers and sub-aqua.
Attic Theatre is an amateur theatre group based in the Newcastle Emlyn area in west Wales. Our company of enthusiastic and talented members stage a variety of theatrical and musical material at our own Attic Theatre in the heart of the town.
Attic Theatre has 84 seats and is located in Cawdor Hall, Newcastle Emlyn. Run by an enthusiastic and talented amateur theatre group who stage a variety of theatrical and musical material. The group provides actors, directors, stage crew, costume makers, technical, stage managers, set builders, publicity etc.
We welcome all new members interested in working backstage, with lighting and sound, costume, set design, acting and everything in between! If you’d like to join please contact us by email from our website in the contact section.
Newcastle Emlyn Leisure Centre includes a large indoor sports arena, meeting rooms, squash courts, Gym and fitness Studio. Activities include: Sports Sessions for all ages, Fitness classes and a range of children’s birthday parties. Use of these facilities and activities require payment at the office (First room in the leisure centre). Memberships and Fees can be found on their website. Accessible by everyone. Wheelchair users may find it difficult to use some of the equipment in the gym, but ramps are present. Accessible toilets and parking are also on site.
A local park, run, funded and used by local people. The playing fields receive no funding from local government and is run by a small team of volunteers. The Playing Field was gifted to the town of Newcastle Emlyn along with many others nationally after the death of King George V in 1936, The King George V Playing Field Association, which has been in existence for almost three decades, is a registered charity, and meets regularly in Newcastle Emlyn to discuss and plan fund-raising events and the maintenance of the grounds.