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What happens at Kilmun Hall

Monday:   Munonday club, 12 noon (Winter):  Scrabble Club,  2pm This is continuing throught the summer. Starting in September The Cowal Handbell Ringers. See below for more details if you would like to join the group. You are welcome to come and listen to our rehearsals in the main hall starting at 2.00pm.

Hall Committee meeting on Mondays, prior to the Flea Market  7pm

 

This years AGM will be held on Monday September 24th 2018 at 7pm.

7pm Badminton(Winter only)

Tuesday:   Kilmun Community Council meet every alternate month, at 7.30 (alternates  with Blairmore Hall)

 

Thursday     Craft session 2pm.     Indoor Bowls   7pm (Winter only)

Friday

Saturday     Flea Market  (Last saturday of month),  1pm for buyers  (12 noon for stallholders) See Flea Market page for further details.

The Hobbies Club has always contributed to the funds of the hall and just now Helen Giles is willing to take orders for Thread Caddies. These items will solve the problem of where to put all those cuts offs be they wool, threads or paper. The cushion part holds pins within easy reach. One lady has found the caddy handy for her TV control. Helen will get your caddy ready for a donation to the hall. She will also be grateful for more material which will keep the sewing machine going on these.

 

The Hall and the accompanying rooms are available for hire.

The hall has a small stage and will hold about 120 people, the rooms will hold up to 20 and 30 people respectively.

There is a modern kitchen, which is well equipped. 

COWAL HANDBELL RINGERS

This group has relocated to Kilmun Village Hall following the closure of our previous rehearsal facility in Sandbank.  Curiously, this marks a return to our origins of years ago.

Rehearsals take place on Monday afternoons from 2pm to 4pm. The year normally starts in early September and ends early April with a short break for the Christmas period.

We always welcome new members who will find the group to be totally supportive. The basic number of players is ten who each play two bells per piece. Extra players can easily be included.  Although some awareness of how the musical language works is a help it is not essential as everything is explained as required and all becomes clear simply through playing.

Anyone interested in finding out more will be welcome to contact either Ian or Helen on 01369 840701               

Cowal Handbell ringers Nov 2017
Cowal Handbell ringers Nov 2017
Thread Caddies
Thread Caddies
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