Indoor Groups

Indoor Groups in Doune and Deanston

There are many indoor groups and activities in the area.  

If you organise something in the Kilmadock area that is not shown on the Clubs and Groups pages – even via Zoom – please contact us and we will add your details.   

Hall lets (subject to availability and of course Covid restrictions when relevant):

  • the Rural Hall – contact the Information Centre
  • the Deanston Community Centre – contact Anna Clark on 07469 204708 or email

Doune Dementia Meeting Centre – meets in the Bowling Club on the first Thursday of the month from 11.00 until 15.00.   Open to all people with dementia and their carers.   Light lunch and coffee/tea/cakes.  Donation £5 (optional).   Games, entertainment and good chat.

Western Sunset Linedance Classes – held at Doune Castle Bowling Club, on Tuesdays at 7.30 – 9.30 pm.

Everyone welcome; beginners, intermediate, experts!!!   £5 a session.

Zumba – Rural Hall – Tuesdays 18.45 – 19.30  **  (booking required)

Monument Dance Classes – in the Rural Hall, on Saturdays at 09.15 – 11.15 am.

Young at Heart – Golden Girls Dance Fitness Class (over 50’s) – in the Rural Hall, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9.45 – 10.50 am. **

Contact Jo Greenhorn on 07771 577229 or email to book a place, as class size is limited.  Cost £5.50 per session.

Iyengar Style Yoga – Suitable for beginners and intermediates.  In Deanston Community Centre, on Wednesdays at 19.30-21.00

Cost £7 (£6 concessions) – drop in, no need to book

Roz Yoga Lifestyle – a holistic Yoga class – posture, breath.  Learn how to move with ease, breathe with ease.

Rural Hall, Doune on Wednesdays from 4th May, at 11.00-12.00.

5 week block £35, drop-in £8.  For booking contact Roz 07534 385 495,

Doune Tunes – an informal singing group which meets weekly under the guidance of Robin Chapman Campbell, email

Meets in the Rural Hall on Thursdays at 19.30 – 21.00 pm


Doune Ukulele Group – a brand new, enthusiastic group.  Experience unnecessary.  They are always looking for new members and welcome complete beginners.  They also offer the opportunity to borrow an instrument to try it out.  Wednesday evenings in the Rural Hall.

Contact email:     Web site:


Singing Chants – a new group, meeting to sing chants, sacred and secular, ancient and modern, from around the world.  Chants for everyone; short and easy to learn.  No skills necessary.  All welcome.

Monday evenings 7.30 to 8.30. in the Kilmadock Parish Church,  43 Balkerach St.

The Doune and Deanston Art Group has re-started. It now meets in the Deanston Community Hall, from 2.30 to 4.30 every Wednesday afternoon. All skill levels welcome.  Participants can either bring along their own projects or join in with something more structured, such as a still-life. There is an experienced member in the group who is happy to give guidance to those who want it. There’s a tea break halfway through. The cost is £5 per afternoon.

Kilmadock Krafters – meet on Wednesdays, in Kilmadock Parish Church at 14.00-16.00 pm.  All welcome irrespective of skill level (or lack of it).

Craft ‘n Chat   (click for more info)  Deanston Community Centre – last Saturday of the month, 10.30-4.30

Faith, Fun and Friendship – The 3F group is for local ladies, who meet monthly at 7.30pm in the Church of Scotland, Balkerach St, Doune.  All are welcome, no booking required.  A suggested donation of £3 covers the cost of speaker, teas and biscuits.  More information from Alison 07810 628 512.

Doune Curling Club – The Doune curlers are back in business after an enforced break.  This is a small club which welcomes new members, whether experienced or beginner.  Contact us by emailing

Bridge Club – meets in the Bowling Clubhouse on Wednesdays at 6.30 for 6.45 pm.  We are a small friendly club, meeting weekly to play bridge.  We would really like to increase our membership, and invite new players of intermediate standard, and beginners who have mastered the basics of the game, to join us.  Contact Anne Connell, tel  07850 428626.

Table Tennis  at Deanston Community Centre.  Weekly on Momdays at 7-9 pm.  All ages and abilities welcome, emphasis firmly on fun.  Under 18s should be accompanied by an adult.  Cost £3 pp. No need to book, just turn up.  No equipment needed except indoor trainers.