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About Killearn 

Killearn is a small village within commuting distance of Glasgow and Stirling, with around 2,000 residents spread among 900 dwellings.

We are a thriving and active community with a multitude of flourishing groups and societies.

Killearn Village Hall is operated on a not-for-profit basis and is part of Killearn Community Futures Company (KCFC).

Groups for children, young people, the elderly, mums and toddlers use the Village Hall, as well as charities, sport, hobby and interest clubs.


The Village Hall provides a perfect location for businesses to access this community and we welcome enquiries from commercial users who would like to bring their products and services into our community.

Killearn Community Futures Company

KCFC's  aim is to improve the life and well-being of people who live and work within Killearn.

The Hall is managed by the Village Hall Operations Committee, a subgroup of KCFC and we welcome any volunteers who would like to help with the Hall's management, so please get in touch.

You can read more about KCFC on their website.

The refurbishment of the Village Hall in 2013 was only made possible by the help of many organisations:

  • European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development

  • Clydesdale Bank

  • The Paul Charitable Trust

  • Killearn Trust

  • The Robertson Trust

  • The Endrick Trust

  • C&S Environment Trust

  • The Stafford Trust

  • Rank Foundation

  • Stirling Council

  • Awards for All

  • The residents of Killearn

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