The Cunningsburgh Hall is a modern and spacious community hall and one of the largest halls in Shetland. It was extended in 2008 to provide additional function area, known as the ‘Ben End’.
The hall is used for a variety of community, social, commercial and fundraising activities, including:
- Wedding receptions
- Birthday parties and anniversaries
- Community and school events
- Arts and crafts
- Sunday teas and car boot sales
The hall is available for private hire to individuals, groups and businesses.
The hall is situated on the main road in the north end of Cunningsburgh, next to the football pitch. There is ample parking and is fully accessible for disabled visitors.
Wi-fi is available throughout the hall.
The main hall is approx 140m2 and is the largest space within the hall. It has an elevated stage area and bar and is adjacent to the kitchen facilities.
As a guide, the capacity for events in the main hall is as follows –
- Catered function (wedding meal etc) – 130
- Seated concert – 150
- Seated concert with tables – 120
- Wedding reception, dance, party etc – 300
The main hall is an ideal space to have your wedding reception. We offer a very competitive package and can offer a range of options for your special day. There is a separate wedding room for use too. The Ben End can also be included in your booking to give you plenty of space for your guests.
The Ben End is approx 97m2 and provides a more intimate space for meetings or smaller gathering and can also be used as an extension to the main hall for larger events such as weddings and parties. The Ben End also has bar facilities.
The Ben End is equipped with dart boards, pool table, wide screen tv and jukebox.
As a guide, the capacity for events in the Bed End is as follows –
- Catered function (wedding meal etc) – 50
- Wedding reception, birthday party etc – 80
The hall kitchen can be hired as part of your booking. The kitchen is well equipped with two range cookers, two dishwashers and ample work space.
Hall Hire Costs
You can view our venue hire charges here, or view the online pdf file below:
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