Gourdon Public Hall

The Gourdon Public Hall is an old building of great character located in Queen Street in the village.

The public hall was erected by public subscription in 1887, the bulk of the money
being subscribed by James Johnston of Montrose who had business interests in Gourdon
and by James Farquhar of Hallgreen, the same James Farquhar who erected the memorial to his son which stands at the harbour today.

It is available for a variety of activities including meetings, birthday celebrations, gala occasions and dances.

The kitchen has recently been completely refurbished and new furniture installed.

Hire rates are £10 per hour with a £50 deposit. Hirers are expected to clear up after their event or accept a £30 clearing charge.

For more details and to make a booking please contact 

Francis or Bill Grieg on 01561 361 506


The Tadpoles Toddlers Group meets in the Hall on Fridays, from 10.00 am to 12 noon.

Lots of creative play for toddlers and babies is guaranteed. Tea, coffee and support for mums is also readily available.

The rates are 

£1.50 per child

£2.00 for two or more children


Contact Lisa Greig for more information

0784 3022752