• Getting ready for the party

    The hall is getting dressed up inside and out for its 100th Birthday Party on Saturday. And looking forward to seeing you for a cup of tea or dance.

  • Victory Hall 100 year celebration – Saturday 18th June

    The Victory Hall Aboyne is celebrating its centenary on Saturday 18th June with an open day 10am to 5pm, community cafe, heritage photos, mini cinema and kids colouring and quiz. In the evening a family ceilidh is from 7.30pm to 11pm, tickets are free, email the hall to be put on the guest list. Local musician have come together to form a band. The day is all about community, sharing stories from the past and looking forward with the launch of the Centenary Fund Raising Campaign, starting with designing a new emblem for the building.

  • Centenary Ceilidh Tickets Update

    If you would like to come along to the centenary family ceilidh please send us an email to info@victoryhallaboyne.com, with your family name and how many tickets you would like. We then confirm your free tickets and your name will be on the door on Saturday 18th May 7.30pm.

  • Community Groups

    At the heart of the day is community. The emblems over the arches tell a story of community connections locally and internationally. A range of our civic bodies will have displays in the hall during Centenary Day along with a community board, please add your club or society to the wall during the day.

  • Guided Tour – centenary day

    Take a tour of the Victory Hall buildings. Start from the founding stone, learn about the emblems over its entrance arches, memorial inside and out, the formaston stone, head up to the balcony and back stage, not forgetting the main hall and its residents adorning the walls on the east side.

  • Heritage Displays – Centenary Day

    The Aboyne and Deeside Heritage Society along with Aboyne Academy pupils are going to tell the story of the Aboyne & Glen Tanar War Memorial Building, our Victory Hall from its founding stone. There will be photos and video displays along with the heritage society and pupils in conversation during the day.

  • Mini Cinema – centenary day

    The Victory Hall for many years was the local cinema. On Saturday 18th June Centenary Celebration day we will recreate a mini cinema experience. We have found the original film projector, ticket & money box and even some cinema seats. On the hour a mix of live entertainment and video recordings can viewed on stage.

  • Kids Colouring & activities – Centenary

    On the Centenary Day Saturday 18th June we are launching a competition to design a new emblem for the building. Open to all the community and to encouraging kids there will be lots of paper, pen and crayons available to get creative with. There will also be materials to make a stained glass window or a quiz for those wanting a challenge.

  • Aboyne Academy Colourful Emblems

    As part of the Victory Hall Centenary Celebrations we have been researching the story of the emblems over the buildings entrance arches. Jan Dawkins, Trustee of the hall engaged and shared the story of the emblems with the pupils of Aboyne Academy. They have created a super colourful embroidered set of cloth emblems which will doctorate the hall during our centenary celebration day on the 18th June.

    Aboyne Academy Pupils

    On the 18th June we are launching a competition to design a new emblem for the building to mark its 100th birthday and to set a vision for the future use of the community hall. Thank you to all at the school, teachers and pupils.

    arches & emblems
  • Family Ceilidh – Saturday 18th June

    We are ending the day of centenary celebrations with a family ceilidh. This will be from 7.30pm to 11pm. A mix of Scottish Country and line dancing with a ceilidh band formed from local musicians. Tickets are free and will be allocated to existing community groups that use the hall and on the day of the centenary on a first come first serve basis.

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