The history of Carrbridge Village Hall dates back well over 100 years during which time it has served as a focal point of the village at the heart of the local community.
The hall, which still has many of its traditional features, is well used for a host of different activities from providing meeting space for local community groups and organisations to providing the venue for everything from wedding receptions, birthday celebrations and ceilidhs to fitness classes and music and art workshops and events. The hall has been used for filming including the BBC flagship series, Monarch of the Glen and is used as a venue for the annual World Porridge Making Championship and many other events.
Carrbridge Village Hall is situated in a prominent position set back form the road in the middle of the village main street.
Carrbridge is a small but vibrant village in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. The village stands at the northern gateway to the Cairngorms national Park. The village is easily accessible from the A9 and is approx 25 miles south of Inverness. The village has its own railway station and is just six miles from Aviemore.
Weddings, parties/ceilidhs/live entertainment, craft fairs/indoor boot sales , music festivals/concerts, diet & fitness/aerobic classes, children's birthday parties/discos, badminton, indoor bowling, arts and crafts workshops, music workshops, conference/meeting rooms, drama productions, S.W.R.I., Car rallies, seasonal events, Toddler Group, Dance Classes/Exams, Planning/Information Forums, Youth Groups and whatever else you can think of.
For hall bookings or enquires please phone Ruth on +44 1479 841 817.