2017 Charges Hourly Rate  £13   Evening Function £150 + £100 deposit   Wedding (2 day hire)  £250 + £100 deposit Crathes    Village Hall
Crathes Public Hall is owned and managed on behalf of the community by the Crathes Public Hall Trust (SCIO)”
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. 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), just 3 miles east of Banchory.
Originally built in 1929, the hall was improved and extended with lottery funding in 2001, so that it now boasts a spacious new kitchen, toilet facilities and storage rooms. Another significant upgrade was made in 2012. The hall is available for weddings, parties, concerts, jumble sales, dances, lessons, club meetings etc. The hall itself is 16 metres by 9 metres. Car parking currently exists for approximately forty cars
2017 Charges Hourly Rate  £13   Evening Function £150 + £100 deposit   Wedding (2 day hire)  £250 + £100 deposit Crathes    Village Hall
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. 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), just 3 miles east of Banchory.
Originally built in 1929, the hall was improved and extended with lottery funding in 2001, so that it now boasts a spacious new kitchen, toilet facilities and storage rooms. Another significant upgrade was made in 2012. The hall is available for weddings, parties, concerts, jumble sales, dances, lessons, club meetings etc. The hall itself is 16 metres by 9 metres. Car parking currently exists for approximately forty cars
Crathes Public Hall is owned and managed on behalf of the community by the Crathes Public Hall Trust (SCIO)”