Fairlie Village Hall
To Hire The Village Hall
The following areas are available for let:-
Main Hall (large area with stage, suitable for dances, parties, public meetings, coffee
mornings and group activities, e.g. badminton, line dancing, youth club, etc.)
Small Room (suitable for buffet, bar, changing room, etc.)
Committee Room (small meeting room)
Crockery and cutlery, urn and thermos jugs, PA system and CD player, and,
for adult functions, tablecloths and candle holders are available for lessees' use.
For further information, please contact us on 07958 048908 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (or via the Contact Us page) and give details
of your requirements (type of event, date, time, etc.) - you will be
contacted as quickly as possible with details of availability and cost.
Fairlie Village Hall, 1892-2017
2017 will see the 125th anniversary of Fairlie Village Hall, which opened on
16th November, 1892. Converted from the original parish schoolroom, it was
presented to the people of Fairlie by the Rt. Hon. Charles Stuart Parker in
memory of his late sister, Margaret, who had died the previous year. On
Parker’s death in 1910, the Village Hall was left to be held by Trustees "in all
time coming for the use, occupation and benefit of the inhabitants of Fairlie
and the surrounding district - as a place for providing them with facilities for self-improvement, recreation and social enjoyment".
In 1974, the Trustees leased the Village Hall to North Ayrshire Council for use
as a community centre. Today, management of the hall is the responsibility of
Fairlie Community Association, and the day-to-day business is carried out by
a committee of volunteers.