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.
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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.
Well done to the organisers of the Christmas Fair! A varied selection of stalls - ranging from jewellery to cake & candy, and hand-knits to paintings. A brilliant way to support local hand-made arts and crafts in the run-up to the festive season.
Taste of Brazil
Sat 10 Sept 2016 at Time to be confirmed
Ruth Grant is organising a Taste of Brazil Night with a Brazilian cocktail, traditional food, music and dancing (to watch or join in!). More informtion to be confirmed by the end of July.
Fri 16 September 2016 : Time and Price to be confirmed
The Blackheart Orchestra - recently described in the press as a "heavenly fusion of acoustic folk, intelligent pop and classical music” - are, despite their name, an acoustic based duo. Featuring the voice of Chrissy Mostyn and the guitar playing of Richard Pilkington, the ‘orchestra’ title reflects the wide range of instruments that they play: acoustic guitars, mandolin, bowed guitar, piano, keyboards, omnichord, electric and acoustic percussion and their collection of ancient synthesisers.
The resulting sound delivers a new and unique vision of contemporary folk music. For this concert they will be playing a combination of songs from their three nationally available albums plus new songs off of their fourth album that is planned for release in September 2016. The Blackheart Orchestra were voted 'Best British Duo' in the prestigious UK Exposure Music Awards. To hear some of their songs, visit their website http://www.blackheartmusic.co.uk. This concert is one of a number that they are performing in village halls up and down the country as part of a tour in aid of NSPCC and Macmillan Cancer Care.
Harvest Food Fair
Sun 2 October 2016 at 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Annual events. Dates to watch out for every year:
Gordon Patullo in March
Plant Sale in May
Christmas Fair in Nov
Carol Concert in Dec