Minginish Community Hall Association

Minginish Community Hall Association (MCHA) is a registered charity (SC028093) incorporated in 1998 for  the purpose of building a new community hall for the remote rural area of Minginish on the Isle of Skye. Minginish spans 21,000 hectares with a population of around 500 in eleven crofting settlements. The new hall was opened in 2009 and has become the hub for community activities of all kinds. Minginish is also home to the Cuillin mountains and two of Skye's top six tourist attractions: the Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle and the Talisker Distillery at Carbost. As well as bringing visitors to the area, they also bring significant challenges. In recognition of this, MCHA adopted a new constitution and structure in 2016, enabling other projects to be pursued for community benefit in addition to the community hall. These include broadband improvements and the refurbishment of the local play park, as well as the Fairy Pools project.  MCHA is a volunteer run organisation with a part time project officer and volunteers in project teams.

Minginish Community Hall Committee offering hall hire in carbost for events sports weddings and social functions

Minginish Community Hall Association are a dedicated group of volunteers

The MCHA directors and subsidiary committee members are all local volunteers. The MCHA Board of Directors meet every 1  to 2 months, depending on workload, while the Hall Committee meets approximately every six weeks. Any member of the Community Hall Association (all residents of Minginish aged 18 or over) is welcome to join us at our AGMs. Please contact any director or contact us through this site for more information.

Our Current Board of Directors

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Steve Baily

Director - Steve Bailey

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Margaret Bain

Director - Margaret Bain

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Julie Burnett

Director & Secretary - Mrs Julie Burnett

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Graham Campbell

Chairman - Graham Campbell

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Rod Mills

Director - Rod Mills

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Ali MacKenzie

Director - Ali MacKenzie

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Minginish Community Hall Board Member Steve Baily
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Margaret Bain
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Julie Burnett
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Graham Campbell
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Ali MacKenzie Minginish Community Hall Board Member Rod Mills
Minginish Community Hall logo
Minginish Community Hall Committee offering hall hire in carbost for events sports weddings and social functions
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Steve Baily
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Margaret Bain
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Julie Burnett
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Graham Campbell
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Ali MacKenzie
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Rod Mills
Minginish Community Hall logo

Minginish Community Hall Association (MCHA) is a registered charity (SC028093) incorporated in 1998 for  the purpose of building a new community hall for the remote rural area of Minginish on the Isle of Skye. Minginish spans 21,000 hectares with a population of around 500 in eleven crofting settlements. The new hall was opened in 2009 and has become the hub for community activities of all kinds. Minginish is also home to the Cuillin mountains and two of Skye's top six tourist attractions: the Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle and the Talisker Distillery at Carbost. As well as bringing visitors to the area, they also bring significant challenges. In recognition of this, MCHA adopted a new constitution and structure in 2016, enabling other projects to be pursued for community benefit in addition to the community hall. These include broadband improvements and the refurbishment of the local play park, as well as the Fairy Pools project.  MCHA is a volunteer run organisation with a part time project officer and volunteers in project teams.

Minginish Community Hall Committee offering hall hire in carbost for events sports weddings and social functions
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Steve Baily
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Margaret Bain
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Julie Burnett
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Graham Campbell
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Ali MacKenzie

Director -
Ali MacKenzie

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Rod Mills
Minginish Community Hall logo
Minginish Community Hall logo offering events and hall hire

Minginish Community Hall Association (MCHA) is a registered charity (SC028093) incorporated in 1998 for  the purpose of building a new community hall for the remote rural area of Minginish on the Isle of Skye. Minginish spans 21,000 hectares with a population of around 500 in eleven crofting settlements. The new hall was opened in 2009 and has become the hub for community activities of all kinds. Minginish is also home to the Cuillin mountains and two of Skye's top six tourist attractions: the Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle and the Talisker Distillery at Carbost. As well as bringing visitors to the area, they also bring significant challenges. In recognition of this, MCHA adopted a new constitution and structure in 2016, enabling other projects to be pursued for community benefit in addition to the community hall. These include broadband improvements and the refurbishment of the local play park, as well as the Fairy Pools project.  MCHA is a volunteer run organisation with a part time project officer and volunteers in project teams.

Minginish Community Hall Committee offering hall hire in carbost for events sports weddings and social functions
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Steve Baily
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Margaret Bain
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Julie Burnett
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Graham Campbell
Minginish Community Hall Board Member Ali MacKenzie

Director -
Ali MacKenzie

Minginish Community Hall Board Member Rod Mills
Minginish Community Hall logo