MARNOCH MEMORIAL HALL
North Street, Aberchirder.

Proposals by The Marnoch Memorial Hall Ltd.

       
 Remembrance
 

The original Memorial Hall was built in the 1920's to commemorate those local men who fell in the Great War (1914-1918) and later, those lost in World War II.


In August 2003, the hall was demolished after Aberdeenshire Council declared it a dangerous building.

 

HELP US TO BUILD

A NEW MEMORIAL HALL

and let your name become part of its history
 

The new hall will be designed to cater for social events and will have meeting rooms and storage facilities to meet the needs of most of our local clubs and organisations.
 


DRAFT DESIGNS FOR THE NEW HALL

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Elevation to North Street

Floor Plan

Model of Hall
 

In order to obtain outside funding, the local community has to show commitment by raising funds itself.  Having held many events such as coffee mornings, quiz nights and social evenings, we now launch .........

BUY A BLOCK

You can help the fundraising program by sponsoring building blocks for the new hall at 25 each.

Every sponsor will can have their generosity recognised by having their names incorporated in a mural
to be designed by local artist Douglas Heggie.

Dedications can be up to 30 characters long.

For further information and a donation form, contact:

Kenneth McKilligan (Chairman)
Nether Backieley
Aberchirder
Tel: 01466 780209
email
or Helen Paterson (Secretary)
Cranna Bridge
Aberchirder
Tel: 01466 780549
email

The Marnoch Memorial Hall Ltd.,
Registered Office:
Nether Backieley, Aberchirder.

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