As the Covid situation seems to be improving, and the associated rules and regulations easing, we are pleased to say that we intend to resume the season on Thursday 27th January.

PLEASE NOTE: As a result of unexpected changes in license availability some of our scheduled screenings may have to be rescheduled or cancelled. In addition, following recent cancellations we intend to extend the season by showing an additional screening on Thursday 14th April. Please refer to this website or watch your e-mails for details of changes to our programme and to see what our next screening will be.

Our next Film Night on

Thursday 27th January, 7:30pm

...will be a screening of:


(postponed from Thursday 10th January)

(2018; UK; 91 mins)

Directed by Carl Hunter and starring Bill Nighy, Jenny Agutter, and Tim McInnerny

 Alan is a retired tailor and Scrabble expert whose decades long quest to track down his missing son has bred a certain degree of resentment from his other son Peter.  While staying with Peter and his family, Alan encounters a Scrabble player online who plays a fateful word – a word that caused the terrible argument the last time he saw his missing boy.

Doors open at 7:00pm. Admission is £5 on the door. While we are having to operate under COVID 19 restrictions, please bring exact cash if you can. Refreshments will be available but feel free to BYOB. If you would prefer (and would like to help the envitonment) please feel free to bring your own mug - we will be happy to fill it for you.

Also, AS A RESULT OF ONGOING COVID RESTRICTIONS: Please wear facemasks when in the Hall, and register your attendance using the 'Test and Protect' QR scan on arrival at the hall

For full details of how we intend to operate a film screening under COVID restrictions, and details of the full Film Club programme please see our web-page under 'What's On' - Click here


Provided the COVID situation does not deteriorate the season of Community Films will continue on:


Friday 18th February at 7:30pm


with a screening of:


AMMONITE (Cert 15)



(2020; UK; 118 mins)

Directed by Francis Lee and starring Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan, and Fiona Shaw


A romantic drama in which a young woman is sent to stay with acclaimed palaeontologist, Mary Anning, developing an intense relationship that is life-altering for both women.


Doors open at 7:00pm. Admission is £5 on the door. (Please bring exact cash if you can). Refreshments (Tea, Coffee etc.) will be available as usual

AS A RESULT OF COVID RESTRICTIONS: FACEMASKS: Please wear facemasks when in the hall, and TEST AND PROTECT: Register your attendance with Test and Protect using the QR code provided


For full details of how we intend to operate a film screening under COVID restrictions, and details of future Community Film Nights see the web page under 'Whats On' (Click here)

09 August 2021Tullynessle & Forbes Hall EGM - Thursday 9th September @ 19.30

Tullynessle & Forbes Hall EGM - Thursday 9th September @ 19.30

Tullynessle & Forbes Community Hall & Association has recently been awarded SCIO status - SCIO reference 51048.  This legal form creates a Trust which will in due course own the Hall's Assets and Committee Members will become Trustees.  The Trust will also welcome the general public to join the Trust as members which allows them to give their input to Hall Business and Decision Making at meetings such as  AGM's, EGM's and Members Meetings.  Members can also request copies of Minutes and other documentation should they wish to do so.  

An EGM has been called to ratify the Constitution which will govern the new Charitable Trust and its Trustees and Members and you are cordially invited to attend - Thursday 9th September @ 19.30 - a Zoom invite is also available from Edna Harris ms.edna.harris@gmail.com. 

A copy of the Constitution can be obtained from Edna Harris at ms.edna.harris@gmail.com and is also available by clicking here.  

The Committee


02 August 202150/50 Winners - July

If you've not already joined the 50/50 club, but would like to,  please contact Edna Harris on 019755 63548 or by email ms.edna.harris@gmail.com.

The July 50/50 draw was made last night and the winners are:

1st Prize: Sandra Collett £88.75

2nd prize: Linda Johnston £53.25

3rd prize: William Lawson £35.50


On behalf of the Tullynessle and Forbes Community and Hall Association Committee a big thank you to you to all who have jointed the 50/50 club and those who continue to support the Hall

30 July 2021Very Exciting News - New Charitable Status

Tullynessle & Forbes Community & Hall Association are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded a new OSCR charitable status, we are now an OSCR Incorporated Charity - SCIO51048.  

This is great news because it means that the Hall and it's assets now belong to a Trust.  More excitingly, it also means that our faithful supporters in the community can join us as Members and can contribute to the decisions made about the Hall, should they wish, without necessarily being a Trustee or on the Committee.  

If you would like to be a Member, or indeed a Committee Member, feel free to contact ms.edna.harris@gmail.com.  

The Committee


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