Pathhead Village Hall

 11 Main Street

 Pathhead

EH37 5PZ

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©2018 Pathhead District and Community Association SCIO

Registered Charity Number SC012253

PDCA Management Committee

 

Chairman

TBC

Secretary 

Mike Johnstone

 

Treasurer

Brian Christie 

 

Bookings

Jackie McNairn

 

Entertainment Team

Donna Lothian

Angela Falconer

Aileen Alexander   
               

Fundraising and Development

Helen Gilmore 

 

Maintenance Team                   

Niall Mcgregor 

Neil Heydon-Dumbleton

Davie Anderson                   

Jenny Gardener 

Corrina Hewat

Jenny Bruce

Matt Elliott (Website)                 

We will always welcome any additional help. We meet once a month (1st Thursday) at most, and the involvement is not onerous. With more people working together, we can do more events and look to refurbish the hall to be a real asset and social centre. If you can spare a few hours each month, or have ideas for new uses or events please let us know.

 

Perhaps you could join our group of commitee supporters, who help out at occasional events or with partiular maintenance issues. We are looking to rekindle our refurbishment efforts and would welcome input from anyone with experience of doing this.

Please get in touch to be added to our skills list.

Fundraising

 

Many thanks to all those individuals and businesses who have helped out in the past.

Village SOS 

Awards For All  

People's Postcode Trust

Alison Binns

The Co-operative Community Fund 

Phoenix Trading 

Flowers by Lamb

Pathhead Players for the mat trolly

Dalkeith Rotary Cub

Cray Trust Managed by: Springfords Chartered Accountants 

Pathhead Village Store       

Clover Country Nurseries

Mayshade Garden Centre   Broomieknowe Golf Club

Stair Arms             

Foresters

Cavaliere Dalkeith             

L’Aurora

Tesco Dalkeith                        

Heart of Midlothian

Tricia items                            

Kebab Mahal

Newbattle Golf Club            

Jedforest Deerpark

Keith Jack                               

Binns Family

Dumbleton Family    

Nan Oliver

Helping the Hall  

                                                  

The Pathhead Village Hall is run by the Pathhead and  

District Community Association, registered Scottish Charity number 

SC012253. There are many ways for the local community to contribute to the  improvement of Pathhead Village Hall.    

 

Why support the Hall?

 

The Hall belongs to the Community. Although there are other venues in the Village, (eg, the Pavilion or the Primary School hall), there are a number of compelling reasons to protect the Village Hall. 

 

The Hall cannot be taken away from the Village as long as the Village supports the Hall. The Pavilion for example is owned by Midlothian Council who could withdraw funding at any time. This could not happen to the village hall. However, without the support of the community, the Hall could fall so far into disrepair that it would have to be sold and lost forever. 

 

The Hall is the largest in the village and has a number of unique features such as a large stage, stage lighting and the possibility of licensed events in conjunction with the Pathhead Sports and Social Club. 

 

Can I donate to the hall?

 

Yes, any donations are most welcome.

Please get in touch or use the PayPal button below.

 

 

 

 

 

I cannot afford to donate – is there any other way to help?

 

Yes, several times per year work days are held at the Hall. On work days we need people for cleaning, painting & gardening. We particularly welcome any assistance from qualified tradespeople.

 

 

The village hall is an integral part of village life and requires ongoing maintenance. While hire revenue covers the majority of these costs we are always looking for help with fund raising. 

We have set up a fund raising team to secure funds for significant improvements to the Hall and while this is an ongoing process, we are always keen to hear how you might be able to help the Hall, with donations of money, time or expertise.