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Cellardyke Town Hall

The new Cellardyke Town Hall first opened on the 19th September 1883 with a previous version of the building dating back much further. Some hundred years later Fife District Council made the decision to close the hall.


Local residents who feared their Town Hall would fall into a state of disrepair, got together to form a Committee to take over the lease of the property. With grant funding and 8 years of fundraising, the Committee made £70,000 of improvements to the hall. In 1995 after the refurbishments, the hall was re-opened with new disabled access and toilets, roof repairs and external works.

On 1st April 2015, The Cellardyke Town Hall Committee merged with The East Neuk Centre Trust. The Committee members were welcomed as Trustees and the staff became employees of the Trust.

 

Cellardyke Town Hall currently offers a large meeting hall, as well as a bar area, a well-furnished kitchen and toilets. Downstairs there are two studios and the former Burgh Chambers room as well as further toilets. The Lower Town Hall is also home to St. Ayles Lodge.


Bookings for Cellardyke Town Hall can now be made through the central office at The East Neuk Centre.

Meeting Rooms: Monday - Friday until 10 pm £5.00 per hour.  After 10 pm and all day Saturday & Sunday £12.00 per hour.

Main Hall: Monday - Friday until 10 pm £11.00 per hour.  After 10 pm and all day Saturday & Sunday £17.00  per hour. Functions will be charged at £18.00 per hour.
 

Please click here for the terms and conditions of hire.