Arddleen is a village in Mid Wales just off the A483 between the towns of Welshpool and Oswestry
Arddleen is a small village on the Mid Wales / Shropshire border.
In Arddleen you will find a village hall, primary school, tablernacle chapel, traditional local pub with beer garden and a touring caravan site.
The Montgomeryshire canal runs through the village which you can walk from one end of the village to the other along the canal tow path.
The Wide Water Wharf is a public area with picnic benches and a bbq area for canal barges to stop off and locals to visit, use and enjoy the wildldife.
The village is served by a public bus service.
REPORTING A PROBLEM WITH ARDDLEEN VILLAGE HALL / PLAYGROUND
If you would like to report a problem at the village hall or with the play equipment
Please contact David Jarvis, Smithy Cottage, Arddleen SY22 6RX
Tel: 01938 590744 | Email: email@example.com
Arddleen Village Hall
Arddleen Village Hall is located next to Arddleen CP School.
The hall facilities include a generous sized hall with large kitchen, committee room, bar and toilets.
For more information or to make a booking
Contact: Angie Jones
Also available in the Arddleen Village Hall
Parent & Toddlers
Every Thursday (during term time) 9-11am
Tabernacle Presbyterian Church
The Tabernacle is located on the main road through Arddleen and has a school room which is available for hire.
Services are usually held at 11.00 am on Sundays but not every week
For up-to-date details of services and for more information on the hire of the school room, please see their website.