LQ Dance

Monday Night Dance class 6-8


Dougie Black PT's Metafit Tuesday

Tuesday Metafit


Book in with BOOK Fit app.

Limited numbers

Dougi Black's Legs Bums and Tums

Thursdays Legs bums and tums class


Book in with BOOK Fit app.

Limited numbers

Pizza Friday- October 10am-3pm

Pizza Friday through October


Home made pizza bases with great toppings



Cheese and Tomato                                £3

Classic mozzarella cheese and sliced  tomato


Cheese and Onion                                    £3

Mozzarella cheese and onion


Chicken and Bacon                                  £4

Mozzarella cheese with chicken and   bacon


Meat Feast                                £4

Mozzarella cheese, with chicken, bacon and sausage


The  @45 Breakfast    £4.50

All your favorite  cooked breakfast items  combined on a pizza. Bacon,       sausage, black pudding and a fried egg.


McRobert's Tae Kwon Do School

Every Friday

Children and Adults mixed class 6-7pm

Adults 7.15-8.15pm

[email protected] Reopens

The easing of Lockdown in Scotland has allowed [email protected] to reopen its doors.

Although the Cafe has a slightly different look, you are still guaranteed the same delightful home baking, homemade soups and sandwiches and Lunch specials such as Mac and Cheese or Haddock and chips.

The cafe now utilises the space in the sports hall to allow 2 metres distance between each table. There are sanitising stations throughout and a one way system to keep everyone safer and at a distance.

Join us and support local!


Ochiltree Hub and [email protected] Closure

Due to the current government guidelines, Ochiltree Hub and [email protected] will be closed for normal business for the coming weeks. This decision has been made to help protect customers, volunteers and staff at this time.

The Hub is currently looking at establishing a takeaway service and will be working with the Mutual Aid group within the village to support the communities needs at this time.

If you would like to be part of the Mutual Aid group, please contact Ruth on 07940355822.


New School Campus update

With the opening of the new Barony Campus due to later this year some information has been issued to the local communities. The update comes direct from Peter Gilchrist
Head of Barony Campus. Details include the new leadership team for the campus and details for parents around access to the facility and opportunity to visit. To read the full update please click the below link.

Barony Campus Newsline


Ochiltree Hub Nominated in RICS awards

The Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has shortlisted 35 of the country’s most impactful construction projects for its prestigious Social Impact Awards in Scotland. The awards recognise the built environment's positive and transformational contribution to society. Ochiltree Community  Hub are delighted to be shortlisted for the RICS Social impact Awards.

The projects will be judged and voted on by an expert panel of RICS members and other experts based on their role in transforming communities and the everyday lives of people.

The awards are divided into nine award categories to include the best examples of development in the commercial, education, healthcare, heritage, infrastructure, land & rural, leisure, residential and student accommodation sectors – with an overall winner also due to be announced.

The Hub looks forward to welcoming the judging panel to the village in the coming weeks. Ochiltree Hub Manager Kirsty Fowler commented " It is fantastic to be shortlisted in a category that recognises the commitment made by the community for the community.  Making a positive impact on the local community is what drives the staff and volunteers on a daily basis. The engagement from the local community has been fantastic to date and seeing the great impact the Hub has on a daily basis is brilliant."

The winners will be announced at the RICS Scotland ceremony on 23 April. For a full list of Shortlisted projects visit https://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/rics-awards/


7th Annual Scottish Property Awards Brings Silverware to Ochiltree

High quality work to improve Scotland’s urban environment has been recognised at the 7th annual Scottish Property Awards with winners revealed at a sold-out event held in Edinburgh last week.

Ochiltree Hub missed out on the nominated award of Regeneration Project of the year to Red Tree Magenta of Rutherglen however th Hub was deemed to be an inspirational project by the judging panel and was awarded the Judges Award for Excellence.

Trustees Alex Baird and Tom McAllister attended the evening on behalf of Ochiltree Community Hub. Alex commented "Although disappointed to not come away with the Regeneration project award we are exceptionally proud and humbled to have been awarded the Award for Excellence. A huge thanks must go to the staff and volunteers and to those in the community that believe in the project and continue to support us."

Fiona Morton, Chair of the Judging Panel, commented;

“On behalf of the judging panel, I congratulate all the finalists and winners in this, the 7th annual Scottish Property Awards.  Judging in the awards is a huge privilege for everyone involved and I would like to express thanks to the judging panel for their valuable contribution in assessing the entries and in selecting this year’s winners.  I hope that all our worthy winners take further time acknowledge their colleagues and to celebrate their achievements.”

Chris Peace, Managing Director, Peace Recruitment commented;

“The Scottish Property Awards is by far the biggest celebration on the real estate calendar in Scotland. We are proud to have supported many of the companies involved with everything from headhunting a Chief Executive to securing a labourer for a day and everything in between. We are thrilled to support the awards for the fifth consecutive year and extend our congratulations to all of the finalists and winners.”