Tartan Family Disco 25th Jan 2020

Come along to our first community event of 2020!!

Get together with friends and family on Saturday 25th January and enjoy a boogie to DJ Gary Mackie’s tunes, and take part in some family games and a fun quiz.

Tea coffee and soft drinks provided as well as haggis bites and shortbread.

BYOB and party nibbles – no hot food please.

£4 Adult / £3 child / £10 Family (max 2 adults) / Under 5’s free

Health and wellbeing afternoon 1st Sep

You are warmly invited to our Rhu Hall Family friendly Health and Well-being afternoon on Sunday 1st September from 2pm to 4pm. We have table tennis in the McColl room, badminton in the main hall, an under 5’s corner to keep the wee ones entertained and autumn crafts for the older children. After all that you will need a cuppa and cake! Please come along and see what else there is on offer at your hall.

AGM Monday, 3rd June 2019 at 7.30pm

Support your Hall!

Its Rhu Hall’s AGM Monday, 3rd June at 7.30pm in The McColl room.

If you run a group or class at the hall we’d love to have you attend or if you’d just like to attend for more information regarding your local village hall, we’d love to have you and everyone will be very welcome to attend.

For more information contact us on rhuhallmac@gmail.com

Volunteers needed!

Anyone interested in volunteering and joining the committee would be especially welcome and you can put your name forward to join by emailing rhuhallmac@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

Fun family event at Rhu Hall 2nd June

Teddy bear’s picnic and treasure hunt

teddyThe next family fun event will take place on the Saturday 2nd June where we will host a Teddy Bears Picnic in the Hall and then a village Treasure Hunt in the afternoon.

It all starts at 12.30 – families are invited to bring their own picnic lunches and blankets and join us for a community picnic. (Please do not bring any foods containing nuts)

Tea/coffee/juice will be available as well as a Chocolate Tombola and toddler soft play corner.

At 1.30pm the Treasure Hunt will start, it will cost £2.00 for a map and score card.

There will be two levels of difficulty to choose from this year. On completion please return to the Hall with your completed score card to claim your ‘Treasure’.

No need to book, but if you could find us on Facebook and confirm if your attending it allows us to buy enough supplies.


Come along to our Autumn Event with Storyteller Susan and Onion

Family Event 23rd September 5.30pm – 8.00pm

Rhu Hall Committee are excited to host their first family event since the Hall has had new central heating installed and been fully decorated.  The committee are hosting a fun filled autumn themed evening for all the family on Saturday 23rd September.

There will be crafts for the children to make, enjoy a hot dog around the campfire then our amazing storyteller Susan and Onion will keep the kids entertained with traditional stories while you enjoy a cuppa or a glass wine (byob) and we shall finish the night with a good old sing song around the campfire – let us know your favourite song and we will try and get it on the play list.

Tickets can be reserved and campfire song requested by messaging us on Facebook or emailing rhuhallmac@gmail.com Cost £5.00 per child and £3.00 per adult. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

AGM Tuesday 6th June 7.30pm

Support your Hall!

We’d like to extend an invitation to our Annual General Meeting on 6th June, 7.30pm at the hall.  The meeting is open to all and we would be delighted to see you there.

Volunteers needed!

Anyone interested in volunteering and joining the committee would be especially welcome and you can put your name forward to join by emailing rhuhallmac@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!


Hall Open Day March 4th 12-3pm

Rhu and Shandon Village Hall has been completely transformed with full central heating and redecoration. Come along on Saturday March 4 between 12 noon and 3.00 pm and see for yourselves. There will be activities for children of all ages, gifts/crafts for sale and displays by groups using the hall so you can see what is currently on offer. Tea, coffee and delicious home baking will also be available.

All this work has been made possible thanks to generous funding from the Forces Covenant Fund, the Kenneth Barge Memorial Trust and fundraising events in the local community. Our thanks also go to Argyll and Bute Council who, in partnership with the Management Committee, have organised and carried out the heating contract to provide the community with a warm and welcoming meeting place. No longer will we have to worry about coming to the hall on cold winter’s evenings!