Dilwyn's community activities revolve around the various parish facilities which are used by numerous groups, clubs and organisations. The following items give an overview of the community.
St Mary's ChurchSt Mary's still has a church choir and bell ringers but is now part of a team ministry. Activities linked to the church include Prayer Meetings, a Discussion Group, the Mothers Union and various fund raising events. The church is also used for social activities, such as the Tuesday coffee mornings and various concerts, in addition to its normal religious use.
St Mary's C of E Primary School
Dilwyn's Primary School is now a directly government funded Free School. Although it's situated in the village of Dilwyn it attracts pupils from a much wider area. The oldest part of the present buildings dates from the middle of the 19th century.
The Cedar Hall
The Cedar Hall is Dilwyn's community centre. With its large main room with a stage, kitchen and other facillities it is equiped to cater for a wide range of events and organisations within the community.
The Crown InnSince April 2012 the Crown Inn has been owned by the Parish Council and is run by tenants as a community orientated business. As well as a meeting place for the local community, the Crown also offers a warm welcome for vistors to Dilwyn.
The Old Forge
Craft workshops take place in the recently converted barn situated next to the Old Forge Tea Room. The Old Forge Tea Room itself occupies the original 17th century forge. Here, horseshoes and other farm tools were made from the 1650,s until the mid1900's. In this quaint old building, tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes can be enjoyed.