Froncysyllte village is situated on the southern bank of the River Dee, in the foothills of the Berwyn mountains. it is also at the southern end of the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct which carries the Llangollen canal over the River Dee. it straddles the A5 London to Holyhead road.
In summer the canal is busy with holiday boats travelling to and fro between Llangollen and the Midlands. Visitors park and walk the towpaths and nearby hills.
The village is probably best known these days for it's world renowned Male Voice Choir which has won prizes in many eisteddfodau and festivals.
Froncysyllte Community Centre
The Froncysyllte Community Centre (registered charity 524055) was built in 1972, with funds raised by local people, and is situated on Gate Road. It is well used by residents and local groups, also as a polling station and venue for Community Council meetings. The Community Centre can be booked for private functions, bingo, concerts and fundraising events and in addition it is available for meetings with catering options. There is a large function room and kitchen facilities.
Sian Williams - Chairman
Alyson Winn - Secretary
Jack Hawkins - Treasurer
To enquire about events, hire costs and bookings at the Community Centre please contact Alyson, telephone No.01691 770912 / 07944 736741 or email us email@example.com
User Groups at Fron Community Centre
Tuesday afternoon, Derby and Joan Club 2pm - 4pm
Friday night (alternate weeks) Prize Bingo 7pm - 8.45pm
Cakes and Company Café - Weekends from Easter to October.
Information about the centre can also be found at the Centre’s Facebook Page, see below: