(Girls aged 5 – 7 years)
Guider in Charge – Joan Murdock 01764 670373 (email@example.com)
(Girls aged 7 – 10 years)
Guider in Charge – Amanda Lees 01764 670994 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Girls aged 7 – 10 years)
Guider in Charge –
(Girls aged 10 -14 years)
Guider in Charge – Carrie Smith 07540081572 (email@example.com)
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Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, is a joyful way to keep fit, improve flexibility and strengthen the core.
We follow specific sets of exercises (kriya) performed to uplifting mantra music, each uniquely designed to boost vitality and well-being. The class ends with a deep relaxation followed by a meditation to soothe the mind, release stress and improve emotional balance.
All welcome, no experience needed. (under 16s welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult)
Details: Monday Evening class (beginners)
7pm – 8.30pm
White Church, Comrie
Investment: £7 drop-in, £30 for 5 class flexi-pass, £50 for 10 week block (under 16 £5 per class)
Contact: Text Julie on 07756819466, firstname.lastname@example.org or
https://www.facebook.com/shabadyoga/Young Woman Meditating on the Floor — Image by © Royalty-Free/Corbis
Partners Mo and Kath Gibson-Kelly share their love of ceramics and art in their studio within historic Cultybraggan Camp in Comrie.
Working mainly in hand-built ceramics, Kath creates a variety of functional and fun clay wares. Mo expresses her artistic talent on clay and canvas, with a lively selection of decorative framed carved tiles and small sculptures, sketches and oil and acrylic paintings
Sew with Gill is a small and friendly sewing school in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland. Established initially in Kippen, Stirlingshire in 2009 by Gill McBride, the school welcomes all levels of sewer, from the complete beginner to the advanced sewer.
Choose from weekly classes or regular workshops. Class sizes are kept small to ensure maximum attention for each student. One on one tuition is also available.
Classes and workshops cover all kinds of skills and techniques, from getting to grips with a sewing machine to making your very own little black dress. Many of the courses are inspired by my students and what they tell me they are keen to learn.
We offer classes for both adults and children suitable for all levels of sewer.
Please find a link below to view the the Strathearn Ramblers Winter Newsletter:
The Rural Hall in Comrie is used on a regular basis by several groups and has been used for musical events and workshops as well as other bookings.
YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE THE RURAL HALL
Main hall maximum 80 people
Small meeting room 8
Small stage with curtains and door off each side to backstage changing/storage area. Toilet at either side of backstage.
Kitchen facilities: small electric cooker,fridge,kettles,small electric urn. Cups,saucers,teapots,milk and sugar dishes. Three tier metal trolley. Serving hatch from kitchen to main hall.
Small toilet in entrance lobby.
One session morning,afternoon or evening £30
Parties Children£30 Adult £50 earliest opening 8am latest finish midnight. No alcohol to be sold. BYOB is acceptable.
Whole day £80
Whole day Any organisation,business selling goods or charging entrance fee £100
Parking in lane adjacent to hall,on street or in small car park in centre of village .
Anyone holding an event or activity can advertise on our Facebook page for free.
HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON!
Capacity 50-60 if seated at tables
To book, please call 07727 175387
Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. In 1965 the Church of Scotland General Trustees handed over the building to local trustees to serve the village as a community centre. In 2000 the centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
Comrie Community Centre from Dalginross Bridge Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. In 1965 the Church of Scotland General Trustees handed over the building to local trustees to serve the village as a community centre. In 2000 the centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
The White Church is the central feature of what is undeniably an exceptional, lively community. There are in excess of 50 community groups within the village of approximately 2,000 people. Most of these groups use the centre for regular activities, fundraising or social functions.
The centre has three different sized halls to cater for every event. There is also a fully equipped kitchen.There is access and facilities on both levels of the centre for disabled users. As well as a lift to give easy access to the first floor, there is also a large toilet facility complete with a shower unit.
If you would like to view the facilities or talk about what the centre can provide and fees involved, please do not hesitate to contact Fiona Stewart – Administrator, Comrie Community Council, The White Church, Dunira Street, Comrie Perthshire PH6 2L.
You can also visit their newly updated website at: http://www.comriewhitechurch.co.uk