Bargeddie Hall

Bargeddie Hall

Bargeddie Hall was built in 1908 as a miners welfare hall which was then taken over in the 1950's and named the Windsor Ballroom with flashing neon lights.  It is still known locally as the Windsor Hall although the flashing neon lights have now disappeared.  The Council now run this facility as Bargeddie Community Centre.

Bargeddie Hall is now host to a variety of community based events such as; carpet bowling clubs, senior citizen events, the food co-op, the alpheus shine group, Councillor and MSP surgeries and martial arts classes.

With the unique, authentic styling of this centre, Bargeddie Hall makes an ideal venue for any type of well-organised social function or can be adapted to suit the needs of a regular community based activity.

Facilities
The characteristic main hall has unique styling features of the early twentieth century. This style is reflected in the arch of the stage, which makes a superb focal point for a performance or a musical accompaniment to an evening.

The hall can retain a maximum of 120 persons for a sit down meal and dance night and 150 for a disco event. These figures include the dining extension to be found to the right of the hall, which can offer guests a chance to escape from main hall activities without feeling excluded from the overall event.

To compliment main hall requirements there is a separate bar area available. Patrons are reminded that if alcohol is brought onto the premises then there will be an additional license fee.
The kitchen facilities in Bargeddie Hall have recently been renovated as part of an extensive refurbishment programme. They are of catering standard and are therefore ideal for bringing in outside caterers or can be used for simply heating through ready prepared food. There is also a fridge / freezer available if required.

Transport
Bargeddie Hall is accessible by public transportation and a bus stop can be found 50 yards from the centre. It is advised that timetable directions be sought before travelling. For patrons who are travelling to the venue by car there are approximately 10 parking spaces available. For further details on transport available click on Public Transport.

Disabled access
There are disabled access points to Bargeddie Hall and all facilities are situated on the ground floor. However we regret to inform patrons that there are no disabled toilets in this venue.

Conditions of hire, cost of hire and booking form
Cost of Hire information, Conditions of Let and Booking forms are all available to download at the right of this page.

Catering
Our Catering Services can cater for children's parties; provide tea, coffee, scones, buffets and sit down meals at events - all at very competitive prices. Click on Catering For You for further details, costs and booking information.

Management rules
All our facilities are managed by a set of rules and regulations. To familiarise yourself with them click on Management Rules.

Location map
Use the "Map" box on the right-hand side of the screen for information on where you can find the centre.

Contact us
For further information (or if you have any questions) please use the "Contact Us" box that appears on the right-hand side of your screen.