National Lottery Community Fund

In these uncertain times we are pleased to announce that we have received a National Lottery award from The National Lottery Community Fund.  Lottery funding is making a difference in communities like ours across Scotland and this funding was only possible thanks to National Lottery players.  We will be using our award to help maintain the fabric of our building and cover our running costs until such time as a more normal life resumes.continue reading →

Activities Restarting

With the further reduction in Covid-19 restrictions, some more of our groups including Yoga, Pilates and Karate are starting up again.  For further details please see the Activities page or contact the Hall Lets Administrator using the Contact Form on the Contact page.continue reading →

Out of School Childcare Resumes

The Symington Care Club, provided by South Ayrshire Council, resumed on Monday 17th August 2020 in Symington Community Hall.  South Ayrshire Council provides affordable, quality out of school childcare for children aged 3 - 14 years.  For further information, or to register and book a place, please visit the South Ayrshire Council website using the following link: reading →

Co-op Local Community Fund

Symington Community Hall has been fortunate to be chosen to benefit from the current round of the Co-op Local Community Fund, which runs from 27 October 2019 to 24 October 2020. During this round, Co-op Members are able to choose us as their local cause. Every time a member buys selected own-brand products and services, 1% of the money they spend will go to support the Community Hall. If you are already a member, we encourage you to visit the Co-op website - - and nominate us to receive 1% of your spend. If you are not…continue reading →

Community Hall – Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Symington Community Projects Limited (the not-for-profit company that manages the Community Hall) will take place on Tuesday 11th February 2020 in Symington Community Hall at 7.30pm; all members of the public are cordially invited to attend. If you would like to have any issues regarding the Community Hall addressed at this meeting they must be submitted in writing to the Company no later than the 28th January 2020. Please place written submissions in the Community Hall letterbox for attention of: The Secretary, SCPL, 31 Main Street, Symington. Alternatively,…continue reading →

Symington Players

Symington Players - Drama at its best. Welcome to Symington Players.  Symington Players (formerly known as Symington Dramatic Club), has been going strong for almost 70 years and continues to follow the steps that their founding members established of bringing good drama to loyal audiences. Rehearsals take place on a Thursday evening in Symington Community Hall, locally referred to as “The Hall for All”, and these premises boast a small stage ideal for club performances. For further details, contact the Secretary, Margaret Davidson – Tel 01563 830032continue reading →

News from the Board

Car Park. In September 2016 we celebrated the 10th anniversary of Symington Community Hall and representatives from the various hall user groups together with former Board Members joined with the Directors to mark the event. In response to a request for suggestions as to how the Hall’s facilities could be improved, a proposal was made that additional parking, including a disabled parking area, should be provided. The Board agreed to look into this and after identifying funding for the project, approved plans to extend the existing car park. It is hoped that work…continue reading →

New Notice Board

The Board of Symington Community Projects Limited (SCPL) extends its grateful thanks to Stewart Milne Homes for its generous gift of a sparkling new notice board outside the Community Hall. Many favourable comments on the appearance of the new board have been received and the new notice board not only enhances the look of the Community Hall and Main Street, it also makes a positive contribution to our beautiful conservation village. Earlier in the year, the SCPL Board decided to investigate the purchase of a new external notice board for the Community Hall.…continue reading →