Fairlie Village Hall was gifted to the people of Fairlie by the Rt. Hon Charles Stuart Parker in memory of his sister Margaret. We've recently retrieved pictures of both from the loft and had them cleaned up, and they'll be hung in the Main Hall shortly. We're arranging to install a new boiler, and for our other anniversary projects we're looking at improvements to the kitchen and a new sound system.
To commemorate the anniversary of the opening itself, we're planning a week-long series of events. On Sunday, 12th November, Remembrance Sunday, there'll be a mini version of the Fairlie's Men Of The Great War exhibition - the main boards and some other items will be on display (we plan to mount the whole exhibition in 2018 to commemorate the end of WW1). For younger members of the community, we'll have a visit from The McDougalls on Thursday, 16th November. Full details of both events, and the rest of our plans for the week, will be available nearer the time.
Some jackets, hoodies, etc. have been left in the Village Hall - please pick up from the coat hooks in the corridor leading to toilets.
Please note that, with a few provisos, we can now allow bouncy castles at children's parties, etc. - contact us for full details and conditions.
Is there an activity or class you would like us to arrange at the Village Hall?
Or is there a skill or hobby you could teach others? We'd like to organise
some new activities and would welcome any suggestions - please let us
know what you think.