Dulnain Bridge Public Hall is a traditional stone-built Scottish village hall, it was built in 1896 with monies raised through public subscription and with the support of the local estates, the hall was refurbished in 2015.
The Hall now enjoys the benefit of having a modern “state of the art” heating system, new electrics and lighting and has been completely redecorated. The Hall is now looking really bright and cheerful and is an ideal venue for private parties and functions for up to 100 people, and is also available for making a regular user booking for clubs, groups and societies. The Hall also has a stage area which would be ideal for holding concerts etc.
The Hall has a full entertainment licence and, although the Hall is not licenced, should you wish, you can bring your own drinks to help the evening go with a swing. There is a small kitchen in which buffets could be prepared and there is a room to the rear of the Hall in which an outside caterer could prepare a more elaborate feast. This room is also suitable for holding committee meetings or small discussion groups. The Hall Committee are also able to advise you of local caterers who could provide a choice of buffet meals at favourable rates. There is generous parking to the rear of the Hall and the Hall is perfectly positioned in the centre of the village.
The Hall Committee would like to acknowledge and thank Awards for All Scotland and the Ward Discretionary Fund for their generous support.
Should you wish to either book or view the Hall you should contact the Hall Treasurer, Dawn Cruikshank, on 01479 851332 or Colin Hill on 01479 831196 to discuss arrangements.