On Thursday the 15 October 2020, the front exterior gable end of Llanrhystud Memorial Hall, Ceredigion, was treated to a re-paint.
Volunteers worked tirelessly throughout the day, giving the building a new lease of life.
The Memorial Hall was originally opened in November 1929, built on land donated by the Rev. Charles Williams, Ashford Rectory, Barnstaple, Devon – as an expression of gratitude for the return of his two sons unscathed from the Great War.
At the time, money was raised by local bazaars, with the first instalment towards building the Memorial Hall raising £200.