Pennyghael Community Hall SCIO
Since 2018 both the management and development of the Pennyghael Community Hall have been in the hands of an SCIO set up especially for that purpose. Some years ago the building housed the local primary school, as a Community Centre it has been managed by various groups. Its current objective is "The provision of recreational facilities and or the organisation of recreational activites by maintaing the Community Hall for the benefit of the communities surrounding Pennyghael and the general public".
Full membership of Pennyghael Community Hall, which includes voting rights, costs £10 per annum and is open to all persons over 16 years of age, who live or own property within the community area. Associate Membership is open to those who do not qualify for Full Membership but support our aims. Associate Members do not have voting rights. Download a Membership Application Form here.
Pennyghael Community Development Association Ltd
In 2005 the Association was registered as both a Charity and Limited Company and continued to manage the property and its development until the setting up of the SCIO.
Pennyghael Development Association
This sub-committee of the original Association was set up to manage the fundraising and purchase of the property. By 2006, the Development Association had successfully raised the funds required to purchase the building and this was completed in 2007.
Pennyghael Community Association
In 2000 the Pennyghael Community Association was set up to manage the Community Centre established in the old school building. In 2004, the Community Association was served notice to quit by the Community Hall owner, Argyll and Bute Council.