We have been painting the village hall and it all looks very smart! Thank you to everyone who helped
Drimnin Village Hall SC0 50259
Annual Report and Financial Statement
3 July 2020 to 31 December 2021
Drimnin Village Hall
Extraordinary General Meeting
30th March 2022
7.00pm by Zoom
The primary purpose of this meeting is to achieve the transfer of assets from Drimnin Village Hall to the new Drimnin Village Hall Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation
Following agreement at the Annual General Meetings in 2020 and 2021, the Drimnin Hall Committee has decided, in accordance with the provisions of its Constitution, that it is advisable to discontinue its use of the Hall, property and funds and now wishes to transfer them to the Drimnin Village Hall SCIO, being a body with similar aims and dissolution provisions to the Drimnin Hall Committee and constituted for the purpose of receiving that property, funds and other assets and employing them for the benefit of the Community.
Accordingly, this Extraordinary General Meeting resolves that the Trustees of Drimnin Hall Committee should transfer all the property, funds and other assets (particularly their lease of the Hall from Highland Council) of which they are legal owners to Drimnin Village Hall SCIO after clearing all trustee liabilities and other liabilities and obtaining whatever official consent they consider necessary, and then dissolve the Drimnin Hall Committee when the transfer is completed.
This will be followed by the
AGM of the Drimnin Village Hall SCIO
Minutes of Drimnin Village Hall SCIO AGM 29 September 2021
Drimnin Village Hall 50:50
Results for 2021
First prize Sheila Wood (36)
Second prize Clare Asquith (27)
Third prize Torquil Kennedy (12)
First prize Sharon Malone (54)
Second prize John Davidson (28)
Third prize Barbara Campbell (82)
First prize Helen Hayman (77)
Second prize Mark Newsham (47)
Third prize Jacqui Kilburn (35)
Annual General Meeting
Drimnin Village Hall
Thursday 25th March 2021
This will be a Zoom meeting
for the link contact
Drimnin Village Hall SCIO
We are happy to announce that Drimnin Village Hall is now a charity SCO50259
Maintenance Day 19th October 2019
Thanks to all who came on a sunny day to our village hall maintenance day on Saturday. An excellent days work – great turn out of drimninites!
The hall is sparklingly clean – the toilets/doors / windows all repainted /garden under control /wood shed organised !
Again, many thanks to all involved .
We had some wonderful raffle prizes. Thanks to everyone who contributed or bought a ticket.
Summer Dance and BBQ
We had a fantastic evening! And the rain and wind kept off until just after.
Thanks to everyone who joined in.
The defibulator funded by the SSEN Resilient Communities Fund is now in position on the side of the Village Hall
First Aid Course
On 12th May ten of us attended a First Aid Course delivered by the First Aid Training Cooperative. It was a intensive, informative and enjoyable 7 hours.
A great time was had at our Burns Night at the Village Hall. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the food and entertainment and everyone who came for making it such a good evening. Here’s David MacKenzie giving us The Immortal Memory!
Drimnin Village Hall is pleased to announce that we have been awarded £3159 from the SSEN Resilient Communities Fund to provide the community with a defibrillator, two emergency generators, first aid kit and first aid course. The village hall will provide funds for secure storage for the generators, cable and fuel cans and attendees of the first aid course will make a contribution towards the cost of the course.
Our aim is to enable the Village Hall to provide an emergency response kit for the community in the event of acute health issues and loss of power. We are very grateful to SSEN for enabling us to do this.
We will begin putting the funds into action in the new year.
Undimmed in Drimnin
Residents and visitors alike brought their own sunshine to the Drimnin Village Hall Summer BBQ on July 29th, where they danced the night away to the musical talents of Derek Hamilton and Richard Hughes. Sally Semple kept the flame alight with tasty BBQ snacks and David Campbell made sure our spirits were undampened by the drizzle as he served drinks under the Village Hall’s marquee. Committee Chairman Davy Shaw announced the dazzling array of 22 raffle prizes, with the Sea Kayaking Trip (from Sea Kayak Mull) going to Charlotte Cole, Lunch at The Whitehouse Restaurant going to Jo Gale and Isle of Mull Ice Cream Voucher going to Lucy Glaister. The BBQ made over £900 for the Village Hall. Thanks to all who came and all who generously donated raffle prizes.