Affiliated Groups

Since its formation, the Memorial Hall has been supported by:

Rhiwbina Amateur Theatrical Society

This poignant 1st World War play, ‘Journey’s End’ by R C Sherriff, was performed by RATS at the hall in April 2009.

“RATS” have been performing in the Rhiwbina Memorial Hall for more than 50 years, and have staged over 200 shows including plays, musicals and fund-raising events.  A number of the younger members have continued their love of music and acting and have gone on to study at drama establishments throughout the country.  Some are now working in professional theatres.

Membership of the organisation ranges from 16 year to 60 years and producers, directors, performers, backstage and front of house teams work closely to deliver a number of varied productions throughout the year.

The group is always looking for new members :  see our website for full details.


Rhiwbina Bridge Club

A typical evening’s bridge session with lots of thinking going on !

Do you play bridge?  Or would you like to learn?  It’s a great game for keeping the ‘grey matter’ active and for making new friends.

Rhiwbina Bridge Club meets at the Memorial Hall on various afternoons and evenings during the week, offering different levels of bridge to suit all standards of play.  We are affiliated to the Welsh Bridge Union.  If you don’t play, we can teach you.

We run a full range of club competitions and also organise social activities, both as club events and in local restaurants.

Please see our website for more details.

Give bridge a try!  It’s the best-ever card game – and something you will enjoy for the rest of your life.  You will be made most welcome.

Rhiwbina Floral Society
various flowersThe Society aims to help its members develop their skills in flower arranging at all levels.   We hold meetings every two weeks, alternating between a demonstration and a practice night.   The visiting demonstrators produce spectacular displays and, on the practice nights, we are fortunate to have qualified and skilled teachers.

We meet on the first and third Tuesday each month from 7:15pm to 9pm and new members are always welcome.   For more information, please see our website.

Rhiwbina Badminton Club

badminton racquets– affectionately known as “Bad Girls”, has been a member group of the Memorial Hall since its inception. An eclectic group of members of all ages and abilities. We enjoy the company and it keeps us fit in mind, body and soul.Ladies Badminton meet every Monday evening between 7.30 and 9.00 pm and Thursday mornings between 10.00 and 12.00 am.

Visitors and new members welcome.