glenluce public hall


Glenluce Public Hall has two rooms available to hire, the Main Hall and the Meeting Room, further details of which can be found below.



Bookings for the facility should be made using our online booking form 7 days in advance of the booking where possible.

Please ensure that you carefully read the Conditions of Hire before you book. These are changing regularly in relation to Covid 19 and current government guidelines are applicable. If rules are more relaxed at the time of your booking, you must as a minimum follow the government guidelines in place at the time of your booking. It is the responsibility of the hirer to ensure compliance.

As our staff work part-time hours, please expect that there can be a delay between your booking submission and confirmation. If you need to book the hall at short notice then please call the Hall Keeper on 07354 468232 or the office on 01581 300767. If you have any queries you would like to discuss prior to booking, then please contact us by email at


Please save a copy of your form (print to pdf) as occasionally a booking form does not come through to us. If your booking is not acknowledged by a staff member within three working days, please email

Room Details

Main Hall

The hall accommodates a maximum of 245 people (standing) without social distancing and 21 people with 2m social distancing. Other layout capacities are listed in our Conditions of Hire. The hall is equipped with 85 chairs, 12 large tables each seating 8 people and 5 medium tables each seating 6 people. There are also benches along the two long sides of the hall. There is a small stage at the far end of the hall with some storage underneath for regular hall users who wish to leave equipment in the hall. Equipment is left at your own risk. There is a badminton court marked out in the hall and net stands are available to use. The hall has an AV system and large screen to accommodate cinema screenings and this can also be used for presentations. You will need to bring your own device, such as a laptop, which can be plugged into the AV system via an HDMI port. Your device will need to be plugged into the mains in order to have sufficient signal strength to work with the system. There is also a bluetooth facility you can select from to play music from a mobile device. There is a small kitchen area next to the main hall with tea and coffee urns, crockery, glassware, cutlery, a fridge, dishwasher and a small cooker available for use. Entry to the main hall is directly off the main street and there are no steps for access. A disabled toilet is available with access using a RADAR key.


Meeting Room

A private meeting room is located in the lower ground floor of the building. This room has 5 tables and 12 chairs. It comfortably accommodates 10-12, but there is a further 4 chairs available if you need to expand to 16. Tables fold up and can be put to one side for theatre layout. Capacity with 2m social distancing is 4. There is a TV screen with laptop stand, a wall-mounted flipchart holder and a whiteboard available for use in the meeting room. However, note that due to the size of the room these are mounted on three different walls and it may not be practical to use all three at the same time. A kitchen is provided with access via the community shop. The kitchen has a toaster, kettle and microwave available for use. Crockery and glassware is provided in the meeting room. Access is through the main hall and down two flights of stairs, or off Main Street via an external ramp, which has a steep gradient, and across rough ground or grass at the side of the hall. The ramp has a handrail and movement-activated lighting. The access door has to be opened from the inside. There is one step between the meeting room and the kitchen. When the main hall upstairs is booked by another user, access will only be available via the external ramp. Toilets are at street level accessed directly off the street in the daytime and via the main hall foyer in the evening.




Registered Company SC538942
DTAS Member SE225
Registered Address: Public Hall, 22 Main St, Glenluce DG8 0PR

Old Luce Development Trust (OLDT) is a registered charity, SC049400, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

01581 300767

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