About Carnegie House

About Us

Bridgend Town Council relocated to the former public library building on Wyndham Street, Bridgend in January 2014.

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.

 

Our Aim

The aim of Carnegie House Arts Centre is to programme a high standard of arts and cultural events and activities within Bridgend Town Centre as a way of contributing to the social, economic and community regeneration of the town centre and surrounding areas. This includes a programme of professional events as well as community and educational activities that encourage local people to get involved in the arts in all its different aspects.

Bridgend Town Council is delighted to be working with Awen Cultural Trust on the delivery of its arts programme at Carnegie House this year. The programme includes a vibrant array of Live Music, Children’s Theatre, Comedy, Poetry and Workshops to keep the whole family entertained throughout this year!

Join us for creative weekly classes and daytime workshops, great for those wanting to discover new skills, reignite old ones or meet new people.

 

 

Our Staff

Tracy Evans

Tracy Evans

Arts Project Officer (maternity cover)

Brent Davies

Brent Davies

Arts Project Officer (maternity cover)