About the Hall
Ballachulish Village Hall was built in 1985 by and for the local community. Over the years it has played host to many events, from childrens birthday parties to touring bands. Following refurbishment in 2012 the hall is once more a venue suitable for a wide range of events.
The Hall is situated at the east end of Ballachulish village, just off the main A82 Glasgow – Fort William Road. There is plenty of parking in the village car park just across the access road. Unusually for village halls, Ballachulish hall is set in a grassy parkland with trees and picnic tables. There is room to erect a marquee for larger events, and as you can see from the photos on this site the whole setting provides some picturesque backdrops for photographs.
As a charitable organisation, Ballachulish village hall is run by its members through the Ballachulish Community Association SCIO. Anyone over the age of 18 who lives or works within the settlements of Ballachulish, Glenachulish or Lettermore is elgible to become a member. To apply for membership, either fill in this simple form or contact one of the trustees below.
- Jo Watt
- Brian Dickie
- Rob Malpas; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Isobel Robertson
Donella MacDonald, Frances MacMillan, Janka Slezakova, Caroline Thurnham, Robert Watt, Jeanette Watt
We are currently seeking additional volunteers for both the fundraising committee and the Charity Trustees. If you would like to get involved, please get in touch.