Kilmun Village Hall 

(also known as the Younger Memorial Hall)

Shore Road, Kilmun, Dunoon PA23 8SB


Kilmun Village Hall is owned and managed by the Kilmun Hall and Recreation Association, a registered Scottish charity. (SC025824)

The original building was constructed in 1911, and built in the Arts and Craft style. It was built in memory of the Younger family, of brewing fame, who also owned the nearby Benmore Gardens.
Kilmun is situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossach National park and overlooks the Holy Loch. It lies at the southern tip of the Argyll Forest, and is adjoined by the villages of Strone and Blairmore.
The hall is a centre for the local community, and is ideal for functions, music and sporting groups, whilst the other rooms are very suitable for small groups and meetings.


Share your views on the Highgate Hall - survey and drop-in event


The Highgate Hall committee is seeking the views of the Shore Villages community on the future of the Highgate Hall, and to gauge interest in this and other local community spaces. You are invited to complete a short survey https://forms.office.com/r/yCgS2LKf1m - closing date Wednesday 30th November. There will also be a drop-in event at the Strone Inn on Tuesday 15th November (any time between 3-5pm or 7-9pm) if you would like to hear more about the background.


The survey is open to residents of Strone, Kilmun, Blairmore, and Ardentinny, and to groups, organisations and businesses operating within that district. We are particularly keen to capture the views of Strone residents, and all Strone addresses will receive a paper copy of the survey - but you are welcome to complete the survey online if you prefer.


For further information and contact details, go to the survey.



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Highgate Hall - drop-in event (15th Nov) and survey


Do you live or work in Kilmun, Strone, Blairmore or Adentinny districts? What are your views on the future of the Highgate Hall in Strone? Complete this short survey by 30th November: https://forms.office.com/r/yCgS2LKf1m


Want to know more, or share your thoughts with the Hall committee? Drop into the Strone Inn on Tues 15th November (any time between 3-5pm or 7-9pm) and let us know what you think!




Today the Council is launching a single helpline number for citizens to contact the council and other partnership agencies with needs arising from the current coronavirus situation. 


The helpline number will be operated during normal business hours  and is 01546 605524.  Queries that will be addressed include Financial, Business, Health, Education, Registration and Social & Homecare Needs. Individuals can also use the helpline to volunteer.  For more information please see -



To supplement the phone number there are also webforms allowing individuals to volunteer and to log their Social and Homecare needs 24/7.


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