Thornhill sits in the heart of rural Stirlingshire 8 miles to the west of Stirling with spectacular views of Ben Ledi to the north, the Gargunnock Hills to the south and Ben Lomond to the west.
A 17th century 'planned village' , Thornhill is home to a population of around 500, the majority living in the village but with a strong farming community on it's boundary. The village has a thriving Primary School, shop, campsite and a hotel. The new Loch Lomond and Trossachs park is on the doorstep.
Thornhill Community Hall is a multi-purpose building completed in 2001. The ammenities include a main hall, stage, 3 meeting rooms, fully equipped kitchen, changing rooms with showers (including disabled changing facilities and toilets). The hall also provides substantial parking and easy access for all users. The hall is suitable for Dances, Receptions, Private Parties, Concerts, Dramatic Productions, Workshops, Meetings, Classes and Seminars, Children's Activities and a broad variety of Sports and recreational uses. There is also a lot of outdoor playing fields surrounding the hall, a nearby children's playpark. and local paths to explore with sheep and horses in the adjacent fields.