Tyninghame Village Hall is a listed building in the centre of a unique conservation village in the beautiful East Lothian countryside.
For many years the hall has provided a stunning setting for a wide variety of indoor activities from wedding ceremonies and art classes to children’s parties and craft fairs.
This lovely banqueting hall – originally the village bakehouse, remodelled in 1842 – with its centrepiece log fire, south-facing windows and views across the Lammermuir Hills, provides a stunning and magical location for any event.
Tyninghame Village Hall, EH42 1XL, is 2 miles east of the picturesque village of East Linton, 5 miles west of Dunbar, 7 miles south of North Berwick and approx 25 miles from Edinburgh.
Tyninghame Village Hall is a registered charity: SCO47531
A Message from Daniel Wight, Community Council Rep.
We have booked the Tyninghame village hall for Tuesday 10 March from 7.30pm for a community meeting about the possible routes of a public footpath from the village to Binnings Wood. Nick Morgan, ELC’s Access Officer, is able to come and we’ll discuss the three possible routes under consideration (all subject to the landowners’ permission).
You’re invited to a Poetry Reading
by American poet Elinor Nauen
& local writers
2 to 4.30pm March 18th 2020. Tyninghame Village Hall. Light refreshments. Free entry any donations to Tyninghame Village Hall Refurbishment fund
We wish to present a new and exciting venture at Tyninghame Village Hall. This series of 3 tea concerts showcases young musicians former and current post graduate students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow as they embark on their careers. It will give you the chance to enjoy a 45 min concert in an intimate setting along with a chance to chat to the young musicians about their instruments and their music over tea and cake. What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon? Details of each concert and booking link below.