Devonvale Hall Company Limited

Work to started in 1938 in building Devonvale Hall by  Samuel Jones (Devonvale) Ltd., The opening ceremony took place on 11th May 1940 and the first concert was by Orlando and his Orchestra. The hall was later gifted  the employees.

 Samuel Jones'   "Devonvale" factory was one of the most prominent manufacturing premises in the area.

The firm coated papers for use in sweet wrappers, duplicating and much more.
 
They also gummed papers which they marketed under their Butterfly Brand trade mark.

The butterfly in question was the now long departed Camberwell Beauty which once thrived in the area. The butterfly can still be seen to-day above the entrance to the hall.


                                                     

Devonvale Hall was closed by the council in budget cuts, however the day was saved when Devonvale Hall Company Ltd. took over the hall. A group of dedicated volunteers  now run the hall. In the past few years we have put a lot of money back into the hall with decorating the hall from top to bottom, new woodwork at the outside entrance as well as ongoing maintenance to keep the hall in great condition.

We can only keep running the hall if we have help, as we only have a small band of volunteers we could do with some more help. If you would like to help or would like more information on how you could help we would love to hear from you. Please use the contact page or contact Morag.You can also visit our Devonvalehall co ltd Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

DEVONVALE HALL TILLICOULTRY.
Devonvale Hall Company Limited (No. SC 286332)
(Recognised Scottish Charity No. SC 036837) a community Company.
We see its use as a Concert hall, Wedding venue, Sports of all kinds, Drama groups, Youth activities, Dances, Birthday Parties, etc. 



 





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