Dunlop Village Hall
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Welcome to the Dunlop Village Hall Website.


The hall is situated in the village’s Main Street, acting as a focal point for village life.  It is managed by the community, for the community, and plays host to a wide variety of educational, recreational and leisure activities, as well as concerts and private functions.




The Conservatory Cafe

The Cafe is open every Thursday and Friday from 11:00am until 2:00pm and on the first Saturday of the month from 11:00am till 2:30pm for teas, coffee, home baking and light lunches.
Picture gallery
Click for pictures of past events
Past events
On other pages.....
What’s On
Click for Calendar
Week 191007
Useful Contacts
Activities in the Hall
Children’s Party for £30!
Dunlop Guide
Children's Party
Asset Transfer of the Playing Field
Playing Field
Caretaker Rota
Week Beginning:
in the gallery....
Dunlop Community cinema

9 Sep

Alan Young    01560 484887

16 Sep

Roy Wyllie   01560 486608

23 Sep

Steven Sinclair   01560 483745

30 Sep

Ian Buchanan    01560 484055

7 Oct

Alan MacEwan    01560 480472

14 Oct

Roy Wyllie   01560 486608

21 Oct

Alan Young    01560 484887

Make the most of your Friday night and join us in the Village Hall.  Thanks to our voucher scheme, if you come often enough, and collect 5 “stars”, your sixth film is free.  So why not come along and relax with a soothing beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic), some popcorn or ice-cream.  We look forward to seeing you!
Click here for details of the films in the autumn schedule.
The 25th of October brings another Oscar winner, The Favourite. (2018 15). A jet-black comedy/period drama set in the 18th century court of the gout-inflicted Queen Anne.  Full of intregue, Anne’s court is rife with scheming and manipulation, and serves as the perfect background to the competition that develops for the Queen’s affection between her oldest friend and lover, and a young kitchen servant.  A rich, dark and sumptuous film, the three female leads (Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone) are deliciously nasty.  At the very least you’ll come out of this with some interesting insults........
Cinema schedule

Frank Paterson - Local Artist

The next exhibition will be by local artist Frank Paterson. Frank has been busy painting both local scenes, and landscapes from further afield. The open evening will be held on Friday the 11th of October, from 7 till 9, and as usual, there will be wine, soft drinks and nibbles. Come along and see Frank's new work, and maybe buy a painting. The exhibition will run until the 14th of November, so if you can't make it along to the opening, you can pop in to see it during cafe opening hours, or at other Hall events.
Gallery Poster 2
Gallery Poster 2
Friday night is Cinema Night!
Just as the autumn nights begin to draw in, the Dunlop Community Cinema returns with another Oscar-laden treasure trove of films.