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!
Rhu and Shandon Community centre was recently given the Keystone Award!
Keystone is a quality award scheme for people who run village halls and community buildings.
Completing the Keystone Award means we have undertaken a process to ensure our community facility is run to a high standard and that we meet all legal and regulatory requirements.
The scheme is managed by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations and we were supported through the process by Argyll and Bute Council.
Many thanks to Audrey Baird for mentoring us through the process and to Helen Fraser our Secretary, whose hard work and diligence ensured our success in achieving the award.
Saturday 4th June is family disco night with our resident DJ – Gary Mackie.
Come along and dance the night away from 6-9pm.
All ages welcome – the young and young at heart!
Tea/coffee/soft drinks and snack available to purchase or bring your own bottle.
£5.00 a family or free for family friends of Rhu hall.
We really value your continued support, hope to see you there!
On Sat 23rd April The Rhu and Shandon Community Centre held a 1920’s themed ladies night and enjoyed a great turnout.
Ladies attended in 1920’s costume and the flappers, gangsters and molls danced the night away. In short the event was a roaring success!