The Kettins Community Hub is available for a wide range of activities.
The Hub, which is in the village of Kettins opposite the school, has a community room (for general meetings, family parties, coffee mornings, business meetings, keep fit classes), a playing field and two small meeting rooms, all of which can be hired separately or as a whole.
How to make a Booking
- Click on the Make a Booking link above which contains the Terms and Conditions and room hire costs.
- Click on the link to go to the Booking Calendar. Check availability of the room you want to book. If the room is booked select another room to see if there is availability. Click on New Booking on the date preferred and fill in the form
- We can also take bookings via phone or email – in this case we will send you a Booking Form to complete and return to us. If you want to make a long-term booking, please contact us by phone or email.
Booking Secretary –
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07546 278671
Or click the link below to make an enquiry
Community Hub Facilities
- The community hall with seating for 50 people – more can be accommodated if required
- Two small meeting rooms
- Free WI-FI connection
- Projector, screen and flipchart if required
- There are tables, chairs and crockery available for use
- The kitchen has a cooker, fridge, dishwasher and ample worktops and storage
- There are two changing rooms with showers
- Toilets – ladies, gents and an accessible toilet with a shower/wet area and baby changing
- The playing fields have flood lights and are available to hire on their own or with the hub facilities
- Plentiful parking
Regular groups include: Yoga, Circuits, Clubbercise, Table Tennis Group, Dog Training, Toddlers and KAFC training and games.
Cafe@Kettins is the name we use when there is food and drink on offer/sale. This is on a regular basis, such as the Village Lunch in the middle Wednesday of the month; Afternoon Coffee Break on the first Thursday of the month and hot pies on KAFC Saturday match days.
The Annual Fete (and Gig now too) is held at the beginning of June and there are regular coffee mornings throughout the year.
If you want to receive the newsletter, please email [email protected] to be added to the list, or keep a lookout on facebook and the local noticeboards for notices.
To make a booking click on the link at the top of the page to go to our bookings site.
Membership of Kettins Community Hub
Kettins Community Hub is a charity whose purpose is to support the wellbeing of local people and to provide facilities to achieve this aim. It is a membership charity and it is open to local residents and those that use the facilities. There is no charge for membership but it enables us to keep everyone up to date with activities through a regular newsletter. To find out more or to become a member, download and complete the membership form and email to [email protected].
The History of the Hub
The hub was developed by a group of organisations based in the Kettins area. It took 6 years to raise the necessary funds through fundraising, funders and donations. The community ‘bought’ bricks and their contribution is recognised in the brick wall in the hub.
To celebrate the opening we held ‘Gig on a Truck’ which was a totally outdoor event due to the COVID restrictions in 2021. Russell Miller, the Chairman, summarised the journey we had been on here
We are extremely grateful to all our funders who are listed here.
RPK LEADER funding was central to our ability to get the building completed. The Kettins community was awarded RPK LEADER Award 2021 for a resiliant project and community. This is the presentation that was made to gain the award – Click here to view.
A wide range of groups now use the facility, and more developments are being undertaken. Thank you to all volunteers and supporters for making our wee facility such a community hub. We hope to see you there soon!
Visit our facebook page to keep up with all the latest news
Supported by Rural Perth & Kinross LEADER Programme 2014-2020: The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas