Hall Re-Opening:

We are currently undertaking a risk assessment prior to the hall re-opening, in the first instance for our existing user groups, which are TRX, Morris Men, Table Tennis, Yoga and Footstars. We would be interested in other bookings for regular classes or groups but at the moment the hall is not available for private parties, one off events, meetings and unfortunately not open for the Crathes Fly.

If you are interested in starting a new class or group on a regular basis, please contact us on hall.crathes@gmail.com

POSTPONED

the MARCLIFFE at PITFODELS

postponed until 24 April 2021

TICKETS: £1000 FOR A TABLE OF TEN, OR £100 PER PERSON

Drinks and canapés on arrival; two course dinner with coffee etc.

Contact: Neil McHattie on 07980 618890  or neil@crathes.com

An elegant formal evening at Aberdeen's best hotel. Live music from the unmissable Slinky.

All money raised will go towards building the new Community Hall at Crathes.

The Hall

Crathes Public Hall is a wood-lined village hall just west of Crathes Crossroads (junction of the A93 North Deeside Road and A957 Stonehaven Road), three miles east of Banchory.

Originally built in 1929, the hall has been improved and extended in 2001 and 2012 . The hall is available for weddings, parties, concerts, jumble sales, dances, lessons, club meetings etc. ​​

The hall is 16 metres by 9 metres. Car parking currently exists for approximately forty cars.

The Hall Is a Scottish registered Charity with OSCR ( Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator) and is run by a Board of Trustees, who are all volunteers from the local area.

After a community consultation in June 2017 and a feasibility study,  plans have recently been passed for the construction of a new hall fit for the 21st Century. 

© 2020 by The Crathes Hall Trust.

Crathes Public Hall is owned and managed on behalf of the community by the “Crathes Public Hall Trust [SCIO]”.

This is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, with Scottish Charity registration number SC043007.