The Pater Community Hall has a wide range of activities taking place. Here you will find the largest sprung dance floor and concert hall in

Pembrokeshire. There are also three other areas for public use including a second large room with dance floor on the first floor, a ground floor

function suite and a further first floor business suite. The Pater Hall also boasts full internet access, disabled access and on-site staff, and for a

small fee the use of projection and interactive whiteboard equipment

Hiring Charges are very reasonable as the Trust has always strived to make Pater Hall available and affordable to all sections of the community,

Pater Hall Trust is a non-profit making Trust community activities are supported by grants and commercial hire, which we are very gratefully for

Please visit our “Supporters” page to see who helps us to keep your Hall available to the community


From Eight Months Old to Eight Decades Young!”  That’s the proud boast of the Pater Hall Trust about the many hundreds of people who use the Community Centre at the heart of Pembroke Dock every week. For over 150 years the Pater Hall has been the hub of community activity in the town from it’s early period as a Temperance Hall in the heyday of Ship building
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Pater Hall Project Archive

Some of the content is on previous incarnations of the halls website, some content may not be available and or corrupted
MOST  Information will be out of date other parts of this archived site my not respond correctly. Some interactive widgets have been removed by the Project team
Pater Hall Trust who have just completed a major upgrade of facilities at the front of Pater Hall, have come up with a initiative and cost effective way of ensuring that Pembroke Dock Town Council can follow the wishes of it councillors