Covid update March 2022
With COVID restrictions beginning to lift, we are now delighted to be able to start welcoming our hall users back.
Please bear with us as we open up the hall but continue to follow guidance and good practice re COVID prevention. Bookings may still be dependent on group numbers, activities etc. but if you contact us via our "contact and bookings" page we will try to help you.
We provide all the necessary cleaning and sanitising materials, so caution and compliance with any other covid guidance is now the responsibility of the person organising the event.
Our most up to date guidance is available here.
Welcome to the Village Club, Strathblane
20-22 Glasgow Road, Blanefield, G63 9BP
(Registered charity no. SC019348)
This beautiful village hall was gifted to the residents of Strathblane and Blanefield by the shipbuilder Alfred Yarrow in 1911, and over 100 years later it continues to play an important role within our community. It is managed by a committee of eight volunteers whose skills and enthusiasm are directed to maintaining this fine Arts and Crafts building for use by the local community.
The facilities include a large hall, smaller hall (reading room) and kitchen. Upgrading of the kitchen and car park, improved insulation and remotely controlled heating all add to the hall’s appeal. We have also installed a free wi-fi facility and sound system with blue-tooth connection and radio mic.
Our picture gallery page has a selection of photos showcasing the hall's many uses!
- For general information about the hall and its facilities please visit our FAQ page.
- If you would like to book an event or arrange an informal visit please visit our Bookings page.
- To see our current diary of events, contact details for the user groups, and availability please visit our What’s On page.
Our current committee members –
- Dick Arnold
- Mark Elder
- Grace Edmonds
- Sheila Hall
- Fiona Murray
- Willie Oswald
- Kate Ramsden
- Keith Vass
If you would like to become involved and help us to keep this lovely building alive and well, please feel free to contact any of our committee members.
We are often looking for volunteers to help with garden maintenance, fabric repairs etc.