An integral part of the Carradale community, this hall was gifted to the village by local estate owners Dick and Naomi Mitchison.
The original building was once a mill, powered by a water wheel fed from a pond located across the road in Crow Wood. A second section was added in 1939 and through the years many improvements have been made.
The hall’s management committee have registered the hall as a Scottish charity (number SC046722) and, as well as ensuring repairs to the structure are carried out, they have masterminded a process of continual improvement. Just recently the hall's wooden floor was sanded and re-sealed ensuring its life for years to come. The hall aims to be self-supporting and holds regular fundraising activities.
At one time regular ceilidhs were held here, as well as weekly movie screenings. Today the hall is still a popular venue and, although the focus have shifted to events such as bowls, badminton, photography exhibitions and a highpoint of the year which is the Carradale Music Festival, it remainsvery much the focal point for people living in Carradale.
Being located in the heart of the village, in a quiet setting with its own car park, the hall is also a popular venue for weddings, civil partnership ceremonies, parties and receptions.
As well as a 150-guest capacity and facilities for disabled users, the hall has a stage for live music performances, with an in-house PA system and speakers, a separate bar area and a well-equipped kitchen.
There is also a marquee available to hire, which may be erected outside the hall.
Regarded by many as one of the best village halls in all of Kintyre, it always offers a warm welcome for locals and visitors from around the world.
If you are looking to book the hall please read all our terms and conditions and then book online via the button below. Online booking is preferred, however if you are unable to do this then we also have a pdf form form to download via the button below.
Address: Carradale Village Hall, Carradale, PA28 6QG Email: email@example.com
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