banquet and dancing in the Priory

 

 

 

 


picture of medieval banquet in Priory Church

Community Use

The Priory Building is regularly used by a number of community groups and classes and has been put to a wide variety of one off uses: Burns Suppers, Medieval Banquets, Ceilidhs, Art Exhibitions, Residents' Meetings and Private Parties.

The building is permanently heated with underfloor heating and the furnishings are completely fexible allowing for formal or informal seated functions or cleared for a dance or exercise floor. 100 can be seated comfortably in a lecture style arrangement and about 60 for a sit-down meal with a formal table arrangement. There is a separate smaller area set up for serving coffee / tea etc.

A 5 metre drop down screen is available for use with your own projection equipment.
Wheelchair access and disabled toilet are available and a T loop for the hard of hearing.

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If you would like to enquire about use of the building and our current rates, please contact Steven: (0131) 331 2128 or email.


Community Events


Food Bank
The Priory Church operates as a Distribution Centre for this nation-wide initiative on Thursday mornings between 11.00 and 1pm. Food Bank seeks to help local people in times of crisis, providing Crisis Food Packs with a referral from frontline care agencies and charities only. If you would like to know more or to volunteer, please call into the Priory during Food Bank opening hours or email.


Brownies
Brownies meet in the Priory on Monday evenings.


Linedancers Caledonian Kickers Line Dance Group
Linedancing classes are held weekly on a Wednesday evening from 6pm.
Contact Patrice Reid: 07552131715, or email.