Run by volunteers, our village hall is a charitable community facility that is available open for bookings. 

We want to encourage regular users that wish to offer classes, clubs, activities and services that promotes the well-being of local residents.* As well as provide a venue for single use public events and functions.

Like most charities, we are proud to have managed to keep running through the unprecedented challenges the Covid-19 pandemic presented. We now face the cost of doing business/living being experienced by all and are making some changes to our booking process to help us to continue to keep our hall open and operating sustainably.  

New price list 

Hire charges – Having managed to keep our prices unchanged since 2019, we will be introducing a refreshed pricing structure from 1 April 2023.  We have also updated our standard terms and conditions of let of Fairburn Memorial Hall.


We use an online booking system ‘hallmaster’ to help us mange general booking requests at the hall. If you are looking to enquire about a single event – a party, function or wedding etc. please do contact the booking team to discuss your requirements individual requirements.

Don’t worry if you haven’t used our booking system before, it is easy to use, and we are here to help you. For regular users it will make it easier for you to manage and view your own bookings and payments.

If you don’t know the date you wish to book the hall, you can still create an enquiry by following the steps above. The more information you can provide when booking the better and highlight if this date may change. If you are looking to book a life event eg wedding etc, do also contact us directly.

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Event and activity promotion 

We can advertise regular regular clubs and classes, plus one-off event or free of charge on our website and on our facebook page. Just let us know the details.
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In addition to our standard terms and conditions, the hall’s COVID-19 health and safety risk assessment is kept under review in line with Scottish Government COVID-19 and relevant sectorial guidance. We ask hall bookers to review and follow any changes.