Carnegie House Arts Centre
The ground floor of Carnegie House is suitable for events such as exhibitions, poetry evenings, theatre, music and workshops that endorsed public life and events.
The building was erected in 1907 with a grant of £2000 from the Carnegie Trust and to pay tribute to the past, the building has been renamed Carnegie House/Ty Carnegie.
The 1st floor of the building accommodates Bridgend Town Council Chamber, staff office and meeting room, whilst the ground floor space is designated as an Arts Centre.
NOTE: The above information is generated by third-party data provided by the business owner.