Explore our local wildflowers
Come for a dander along the riverbank, through woods and fields with Alyth botanist, Robin Payne
Tuesday 3rd July
Meet at Bridge of Cally Village Hall at 7pm for a lift to the start of the walk where parking is limited
Cost £3 per person
Clothing and footwear suited to the weather and ground conditions on the evening and no dogs please
Bridge of Cally is a picturesque village which 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
The 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.
30 Marh 2018
Mobile Library upgrade to fortnightly visits starting on Wed, 11 April.
21 March 2018
Treasurer: Out with the old and in with the new. Noeleen Chapman replaces Bill Henderson
17 March 2018
Goron Patullo and his friends were on top form again last night as they delighted an eager audience with traditional Scottish fare.
£368 was raised for hall funds.
14 March 2018
Our AGM was held yesterday. Here is a summary of last year by our secretary, Carolyn Moston
The year since the last Annual General Meeting, on 14th March, 2017, has again been a good one for the Hall, with regular usage, and musical and informative events taking place throughout the year.
The last Gordon Pattullo concert was a great success, and we hope to replicate this on Friday, 16th March, with tickets still available. A rather different musical event was held on 1st April, but probably the less said about that the better. Suffice to say, that I must take responsibility for trying to bring in something new and unknown. The Blackheart Orchestra did bring to the Hall a very different look and sound – and I hope that they have lost my e-mail address!
April also brought the Bambi Rally, whose members are always delighted to spend the weekend at the Hall and were particularly pleased with the new kitchen facilities.
A Health and Wellbeing Event was held at the end of April, and this brought in practicioners of various healing techniques, together with creators of delicious, healthy food. There was something for everybody, including a Man Shed in the carpark – what went on in there I have no idea, but it seemed very popular.