The Bridge of Cally Village Hall hosts events for local people to come together as a community, and is available for hire for functions as diverse as concerts, wedding receptions and birthday parties, lectures, meetings and seminars, as well as local activity groups.
Click here to go to our Facilities page for more details on hiring the Hall.
About Bridge of Cally
The picturesque village of Bridge of Cally lies on the Highland fault line, six miles north of Blairgowrie. It is a region of contrasts with rich, lush farmlands of Strathmore to the south and east, rugged hills to the north and forestry to the west.
The area is a favourite for hill-walking, skiing, field sports and golf. Alternatively, for a more leisurely holiday, there is magnificent scenery and towns and villages to explore.
DEFIBRILLATOR IN HALL
KEEP THE GLENS FIT
T-SHIRTS FOR SALE
Big thanks are in order to our community funding partners! We have secured £10,000 from the National Lottery funded body Awards for All (Scotland), earmarked for the water supply and the work on the rear retaining wall. And a further £10,000 is from SSE Drumderg Community Fund, which will go towards the rest of the rear wall costs as well as for kitchen repairs and refurbishment. We are indebted to these organisations and extend a huge thanks and heartfelt appreciation from everyone who uses Bridge of Cally Village Hall.
Sally Gingell, Archives Project Officer with Mount Blair Community Development Trust, ran a session on Recalling and Recording People, Places and Events from our Community’s History.Those who came along brought documents and photos to contribute to the growing archive.
The Lost Gardens of Perthshire: A Talk
Thursday 18 May 2017: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
A Visit to Bleaton Hallet: A Lost Garden of Perthshire
Sunday 4 June 2017
This talk is a rare opportunity to hear from David Robertson directly - the man who has researched and written about these often unknown treasures - lost gardens in Perthshire. He will take us through the glories and charms of many of Perthshire's old gardens, illustrated with pictures from old postcards, family albums and collections from the Perth museum. His two booklets will be on sale. £3 entry fee.
This talk is particularly meaningful for the Bridge of Cally area with Bleaton Hallet garden in Blackwater featured in the book - just 2 miles north of Bridge of Cally Hall. The Bleaten Hallet Lost Garden will be open to the public on Sunday 4 June to raise money for the Keep the Glens Fit programme.
Presenting Yourself: a series of four workshops
Dates and times to be arranged
Workshop 1: Getting Going
Introductions and aims. Dealing with nerves. Making a simple presentation. Giving and receiving feedback.
Workshop 2: Preparing and Practicing
What makes a good talk? Preparation, preparation, preparation. Planning and practising your presentation.
Workshop 3: Telling a Tale
Delivering a longer talk – structuring your talk; making an impact; body language and voice; audience participation.
Workshop 4: Making it Memorable
Using Powerpoint and other visual aids. Building on your strengths and personality.
Annual events. Dates to watch out for:
Plant Sale in May
Christmas Fair in November
Christmas Carols in December
Quiz Nights throughout the year
Film Nights throughout the year