Community Groups

The Black Mountain Luncheon Club

The luncheon club members meet every Monday from 12pm - 2pm for a hearty three course meal and to enjoy in the company of others. The development team hold a weekly raffle, quiz and game of bingo. The group is often joined by guest speakers and performers. Prices are currently under review, however will remain cheap.

If you are interested in joining the Luncheon Club, call the Centre on 01269 823400.

Transport can be provided in most cases.

The Black Mountain Centre Luncheon Club, co-ordinated by the Black Mountain Centre team and supported by Sarah Hopkin, Catherin Goss and Rita Jones is a key service for the elderly residents of Brynaman. Participants value the service as it provides an opportunity for social inclusion.


Brynaman Gardening Club

Brynaman Gardening Club is based at the Centre. The monthly meetings take place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7.00pm. There's a pre-planned full programme of events including visiting speakers, film presentations, trips to gardens of interest and national gardening shows. It is a lively, social gathering that brings together people with an interest in gardening and the environment. The annual subscription is extremely good value at £8. For more information contact Scott on 01269 823400.

Brynaman Heritage Group

Treftadaeth Brynaman Heritage is a well-established group based in the library of The Black Mountain Centre. The group are very enthusiastic and have already undertaken a number of local history projects, the results of which are proudly displayed at the Community Centre. The group meet every third Wednesday of the month at 7pm. For more information and how to get involved please contact Scott on 01269 823400

The Black Mountain Art Club

The Black Mountain Art Club is a well established group. Members meet every Wednesday at the Centre, from10am until 2pm.

The class is set in a very informal environment and welcomes individuals of all abilities and tutor Sue Crossman Jones is on hand to provide support and guidance. The weekly session provides an opportunity to learn, socialise and share techniques.

From time to time the group undertake collaborative projects.  The group's latest project, 'Ar Lan y Mor' will be displayed in November.


Greeting cards are available to purchase from the Centre for £2.00 each.