Need help with anything due to COVID-19 self-isolation?

Our community of local volunteers are here to help. We can pick up prescriptions or groceries and deliver them to your door, take your dog for a walk, give a friendly phone call or help in any way we can.

If you need anything, email cbuchan@churchofscotland.org.uk

Call Catherine on 01540 673238 or calll Elspeth on 01540 673239

Also willing to help:

Badenoch Shinty Memories 07743 686270 - Newtonmore Shinty Club - Community Councils


Leaflets with this information should be popping through your doors in the Newtonmore, Laggan & Dalwhinnie areas over the next day or so. All volunteers leafleting have been instructed with precautions to take to protect themselves & you. If you need help in any way, reach out. We have a large group of volunteers ready to help if we can. We are in this together. Keep safe.

Stay at home. Flatten the curve. Help the NHS. Protect the vulnerable.

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jo_party_village_hallThe Village Hall has facilities for all types of events, entertainment and meetings.

  • Large stage with lights and audio equipment.
  • A kitchen with cooking facilities.
  • Lesser Hall for meetings and lectures etc.
  • Main Hall for larger events.
  • Public Entertainment Licence.

 

Moulin Rouge themed 30th birthday party

old_newtonmore_village_hallOur website is designed to introduce new users to our Village Hall and to help existing users to book the hall and keep up to date with events.

Pre-dated by a smaller hall, Newtonmore Village Hall as it currently stands started its life in 1913. It was built by local subscription and by local tradesmen.

Now—as throughout its history—Newtonmore Village Hall is the centre of our community of 900. From the Toddler Group, to the Drama Group, to Fundraising Sales, Birthday & Wedding Celebrations, - the Village Hall sees and accommodates it all.

Big changes are afoot in 2012 when work will start on the refurbishment of the Hall—returning it to its full Edwardian glory—and the building of a modern extension to provide some of the mod cons that we all now expect of our community buildings.

The next few years will be busy and exciting ones as we pull together as a community once more to achieve a meeting place that will be of service for the next 100 years.

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What to do in Newtonmore

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For local village walks you can download the Newtonmore Paths Leaflet