Aberlemno Village Hall is located on the B9134 between Brechin and Forfar.

It is a beautiful venue for parties, meetings and conferences and can be hired for just £14 per hour. For regular weekly bookings, this is reduced to £12 per hour.

There is ample free parking and a fully functional newly installed kitchen.

For more information and to check availability please contact us through this site.

A copy of the letting agreement can be located here.

Once the date for your booking has been agreed, you can click on the link below to make payment.

Meet the Aberlemno Village Hall committee:

Isabelle Davies

Born and bred in Fife, I lived in Aberdeen and Glasgow before settling in Aberlemno over 30 years ago. I have been involved with the Aberlemno Village Hall for many years and with other groups as my son grew up. I am also a committee member of the Federation of Village Halls.

I worked in the planning department of Angus Council since 1996 and have now retired from this.

Jacqui Thornton

I have lived in Aberlemno since 2015 and am also an active member of the Aberlemno and District Community Council.

I am a Business Partner with the Lloyds Banking Group working on all things regulatory. 

I believe there is so much that can be achieved when a group of people work together and love being part of the local community.

I care deeply about our environment and want to be able to support activities for the benefit of our community.

Katherine Thompson

I was born in Fife, where I lived until 2009, followed by moves throughout Perthshire, Dundee and surround, before finally settling in Aberlemno in 2021.

My day job is as a chartered accountant based in Aberdeen and Inverurie, and I joined the hall committee in early 2023 having previously enjoyed volunteering for a twinning group back in Fife from 2017 to 2022. 

Jacqui McIntosh

I was born in Glasgow and spent most of my life there before moving to Aberdeen, then Banchory, and finally to Aberlemno where I have been since 2015. 

I’m a Brand and Media manager for a large oil company and appreciate the peace and tranquillity offered by rural living.  I have been involved with the Aberlemno Village Hall for a few years now and welcome the opportunity to play a part in the local community.  Being a people person, I am a great believer that together we can always achieve more.

Lynn Bruce

I am a retired Civil Servant and raised in a small Northamptonshire Village which makes me aware of the issues, traditions and challenges which village life brings.

I like meeting people and listening to their views and ideas and trying to make things easier for everyone.


Aberlemno (Gaelic: Obar Leamhnach) is an inland parish and small village in the Scottish council area of Angus.

Aberlemno is named from the small river Lemno, the word signifying "the mouth of the Lemno." This stream, after flowing a few miles towards the south-west, and winding northward around the western extremity of the hill of Oathlaw, runs to the east, and falls into the Esk, about a mile from its source.

It is noted for three large carved Pictish stones (and one fragment) dating from the 7th and 8th centuries AD.

Why not take aread through the Aberlemno Chronicle which was developed by local residents to describe the parish and its population in the year 2000.

The Annual Report and Financial Accounts can be viewed here:

2023 - Draft




This short video animation shows a potential vision for Aberlemno and the Village Hall. It was created with the help of the children from Aberlemno Primary School.

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