About Us

The aims of Narberth and District Community and Sports Association since 1980 have been to:
 
Advance education, to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occupation, and to improve the conditions of life for the inhabitants of the Narberth area.
For 35 years Narberth and District Community and Sports Association have provided social welfare, sport and leisure facilities for the local community at Bloomfield House Community Centre in Narberth, Pembrokeshire. The organisation is a registered charity and the centre is managed by a volunteer committee.  As Bloomfield is a membership organisation, you can play a full part in the management of the Centre, by joining us at the Annual General Meeting.  We need more users to join the management committee to make sure that it is representative of our membership. Typically the General Committee meets three times annually, if you feel that you can commit some time and energy to help maintain the high standards that the Association has achieved in the past and to contribute to a vibrant future for this valuable, local resource please contact us for information on meeting dates.
 
NDCSA's most recent project was to update and refurbish the fitness suite which was officially opened by Olly Simons, the local triathlete winner, on 19th October.
 
 
History
 
Bloomfield House was built as a private manor house for the Smith family in 1819. The last person to live at Bloomfield House was a Miss Lewis Lloyd, residing in the property until she died in 1952. The house was then sold to Narberth Rural District Council. Between 1953 and 1979 it was owned and used by local government.  When the district council proposed selling Bloomfield House a community campaign resulted in the town council purchasing the site in 1980 and leasing it to the Narberth and District Community Association (Now Narberth and District Community and Sports Association.)  Since 1980 a series of renovation and extension projects have been undertaken, resulting in a large and complex building incorporating two sports halls, squash courts, conference room, IT suites and various childcare, sport and education facilities. The old part of the building is grade II listed.