Fountain Road Church Hall


If you would like to enquire about booking the hall for an event:

please contact us here



Charges for use of hall:

Main Hall £15.00 per hour

Small Hall £10.00 per hour

Use of kitchen £10.00 for 4 hours

All day (8 hours) use of

Main hall, Small hall and kitchen £150.00

Half day (4 hours) use of

Main hall, Small hall and kitchen £ 75.00

Children’s parties – Main hall £ 35.00 for 3 hours

includes setting up and

tidying after party.


Youth groups £ 6.00 per hour

Youth groups – 3 p.m. Friday to

12 noon Sunday £100.00



Deposit on booking £100.00

refundable if hall left in good condition




from 5 p.m Friday to 2 p.m. Sunday

Cancellation notice - deposit refundable if one month’s notice given





Charges for use of Church

Wedding £200.00

Funeral £200.00



Fountain Road Hall has recently undergone extensive refurbishment to add new toilets, a new kitchen and other up-to-date facilities.  Many grant awarding bodies have helped fund the upgrading of the hall, but the congregation itself has also raised many funds to help with the project.  Golspie does not have a village hall, so the hall serves as an increasingly busy community venue as well as the venue for many of our church family’s activities.

Built in 1906 as the place of worship for the local congregation of the United Free Church, the Fountain Road Church Hall now serves as the hall for the congregation of St Andrew’s Church of Scotland.  During March of 1936 the congregations of St. Andrew’s Church of Scotland and Fountain Road United Free Church unanimously agreed to unite on a broad principle and services were held in both churches on alternate weeks.  

Both buildings continued to be used for worship for a number of years.  However, in 1968 it was decided to sell the pews and pulpit from the Fountain Road Church and use it thereafter as a hall.

Over the years the Fountain Road Church Hall has been used by many different bodies:  Boy’s Brigade, Youth Clubs, Davy Duff Tape Service, Golspie Scout Group, Badminton, Highland Dancing, Country Dancing and various Choirs.

The hall is used as much today as it ever has been, if not more so!    Most days of the week various groups are booked to use the hall for meetings, events, club meetings, elections, dancing classes, concerts, soup and sweet lunches, Burns Suppers, wedding receptions and much, much more! 


St Andrew's Church, Church of Scotland, Minister John Sterrett 01408 633295, email, Website by Partnership Solutions
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