Pitcairngreen Village Hall


Pitcairngreen is a picturesque village lying just north of Perth and this site is where the online life of the community can be found.


The site is based around the life of the village hall and is an exciting new project for the local people. It has been set up by the Village Association to provide an online meeting place for the various activities that take place around Pitcairngreen.


So get involved! Let us know what you would like to see here. The site will evolve and grow, so if you would like to contribute, please get in touch.


The village hall (in fact two halls) plays an important part in village life. The building was originally a school, as witnessed by some of the artefacts dug up during recent renovations. Today it is the centre of Pitcairngreen life, offering a meeting place for toddler groups, judo classes, art and craft societies, and more.


Recent work has upgraded the fabric of the building to provide a modern and bright environment for the community. Two halls are available for hire either on a regular or single-event basis. The new commercial kitchen is fully Environmental Health compliant.


If you belong to a group that uses the hall we would like to hear your thoughts about how this site can best be used to enhance the hall facilities. Please use the email addresses on the Committee page.

Click here to be directed to our village newsletter.

Local resident Tom Huxley is an authority on village history (among other things) and has published books on the subject. Click on this link for more information.

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