Welcome to Blair Drummond Hall

Blair Drummond hall is set in the beautiful farm landscape of the Carse of Stirling, famous for its Timothy hay. The community has maintained a hall on this site since 1962 and it is an important venue for many local events.

It is located on the A84 approx 5 miles north east of Stirling. The postcode is FK9 4UX.

The current hall was opened in November 2005 after 5 years of fundraising by the Blair Drummond Community Hall Association.

Blair Drummond Hall serves the community of Blair Drummond which stretches from the Drip Bridge in the East (close to the City of Stirling), to almost Thornhill in the West  and from Bridge of Teith in the North, to almost Gargunnock in the South.

The hall is owned and run by the Blair Drummond community and is a popular venue for weddings, ceilidhs,family parties, meetings, sports classes and other social events.




Blair Drummond Community Hall Association Committee Meeting at 7.30pm. All welcome.Please email bdgrapevine@gmail.com if you would like the link sent to you to join the ZOOM meeting.



Updates from Martin Earl, Cllr for Trossachs & Teith Ward

After the FM announcements today regarding restrictions being imposed for the next two weeks. Here is a link to the relevant information on Scot Gov site https://www.gov.scot/news/new-moves-to-stop-covid-19-spread/

Note extra restrictions apply to Central Belt Health Board areas ( Including Forth Valley that is made up of Stirling, Clacks and Falkirk council areas)

Central belt area focusing on five health board areas (Ayrshire & Arran; Forth Valley; Greater Glasgow & Clyde; Lanarkshire; Lothian):

  • Restrictions on licensed premises will come into force from 18:00 on Friday 9 October, with all other restrictions applying from 00:01 Saturday 10 October.
  • All licensed premises will be required to close, with the exception of takeaway services. Cafés (unlicensed premises) which don’t have an alcohol licence will be able to open between 6am and 6pm
  • Takeaways (including from pubs and restaurants) can continue
  • Evening meals may be served in accommodation for residents only but no alcohol can be served
  • Specific life events, such as weddings and funerals, may continue with alcohol, with current meeting rules for these events (20 person limit in regulated premises only)
  • No group exercise classes for indoor gyms and sports courts, pools with an exemption for under 18s
  • No adult (18+) contact sports or training, except professional sports, indoor or outdoor
  • No outdoor live events
  • Snooker/pool halls, indoor bowling, casinos and bingo halls are to close
  • Public transport use should be minimised as much as possible, such as for education and work, where it cannot be done from home
  • Current meeting rules, maximum of six people from two households, continue to apply

Please find below a link to the updated Public Health Scotland Covid19 Dashboard.

  • Click on ‘cases by neighbourhood ‘ link , enter Stirling in the menu and it will show information on latest number of cases / seven day trends etc in various neighbourhood areas across the Stirling Council area





Starting in January 2020 Yoga class on Thursday evenings at 7pm and after Easter holidays  Tuesday mornings at 10am.


TUESDAY       Yoga class 10am till 11am (after Easter holidays). £6/session for 6 week block or £7 drop-in session.  Contact Mary Ann at maryannptyoga@gmail.com

TUESDAY    Blair Drummond Youth Club.  7pm till 9pm. September to Easter holidays. Primary 6 upwards.

WEDNESDAY  Over 60s Fitness Class. 10am – 12.30pm Contact judith@activeinretirement.co.uk or  07734849257

WEDNESDAY  CoStep dance class at 7pm. For further information contact Mary on 07513046016 or  alldance@costep.co

THURSDAY     Yoga class at 7pm. See above for contact details

Where to find us