Stall bookings are now open.
Cumbernauld Gala Day is an annual event organised by Cumbernauld Community Forum in conjunction with several other local organisations.
This year’s event will be aimed at raising awareness and funds for the British Transplant Games (BTG), with monies raised from the day going to support the BTG.
Cumbernauld Gala Day will this year take place on Saturday 17th June at Cumbernauld New Town Hall, with a whole day’s schedule of acts, entertainment and festivities currently being finalised for what we hope will be the biggest Gala Day in Cumbernauld yet.
As part of our planning, stall holders are put at the centre of the event, and we are delighted that you are interested in bringing your business, charity, club or organisation to our event.
Stall bookings are now open.
To get booked up, simply download, print and fill out the form by clicking this lovely blue text: Cumbernauld Gala Day 2017 – Stall Booking Form. Once you have done that, please post your form to Cumbernauld Community Forum, c/o Link Community Centre, Bron Way, Cumbernauld, G67 1EW.
If you have any questions, please use the contact details on the booking form.
While you’re here, please don’t forget to join our Facebook event. Let us – and your friends – know that you’ll be coming along to this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day by hitting the ‘Going’ button on our Facebook event page, just click here.
The stage schedule for the 2015 Cumbernauld Gala Day event, taking place on Saturday 27th June at Cumbernauld New Town Hall, has now been finalised and is as follows:
11:30am-12:00pm: Bill Penn
12:00pm-12:10pm: Crowning of the Gala Queen
12:10pm-12:25pm: Joan McVicar Dance School
12:25pm-12:50pm: Beth Swan
12:50pm-1:10pm: Steps Ahead Dance Academy
1:10pm-1:20pm: Move Your Body
1:20pm:1:40pm: JUMP Gymnastics Club
1.40pm-1.50pm: Move Your Body (Reprise)
1:50pm-2:10pm: Rachelle and Brittany Davies
2:10pm-2:30pm: Nicole Hamilton
2:30pm-2:50pm: Denise and Nikki’s Dance Academy
3:05pm-3:30pm: Daniel Hardie
Plans for one of Cumbernauld’s largest annual community events are progressing well as we move closer to the date of this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day. The event takes place this year on Saturday 27th June at Cumbernauld New Town Hall and, as usual, the festivities will commence with a grand parade from Fleming House to the event venue on North Carbrain Road.
This year the Gala Queen, Mara O’Connor, and Princesses, Aily McAdam and Anisa Mian, are from St Maurice’s High School, who take their turn in the annual rotation of local schools, and they recently accepted a £1000 donation from Scottish Water Horizons to support the planning and delivery of the Cumbernauld Gala Day event.
Stalls are still available to book, with the booking form available to download here, and all profits from this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day event will be donated to support the people of Nepal and disaster recovery efforts following the recent earthquakes in the region.
The 2015 Cumbernauld Gala Day will take place on Saturday 27th June at Cumbernauld New Town Hall. This year’s theme is “The community that cares” and all profits will be donated to one or more local charities or community organisations. The Gala Queen and Princesses for 2015 will come from St Maurice’s High School. Stall booking is now available by downloading the Stall Booking Form and submitting via e-mail to email@example.com or by delivery to the LINK Community Facility. Bookings will not be validated until payment is submitted by cash or cheque to the LINK Community Facility.
Well it’s all over for another year. The fifth Cumbernauld Community Forum Gala Day was an unprecedented sucess and saw the biggest and best Gala Day event ever, held on a sunny Saturday 21st June at Cumbernauld New Town Hall.
Our thanks to everyone who came along and made the day the fantastic community event it could be. Our Cumbernauld Gala Day page has been updated with details from the day as well as a picture gallery from the event.
Our thanks again to all attendees, stall holders, sponsors, and contributing businesses and organisations, and we hope to see you all again at next year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day.
The Organising Committee met for the last time on Monday night and we’re now putting in place the finishing touches for this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day, taking place at Cumbernauld New Town Hall this Saturday, with the parade leaving Fleming House around 11:15am.
More details about what you can look forward to on the big day, including the full schedule for the main stage, is available on the Cumbernauld Gala Day page (link in the menu bar above). Please also follow our new Twitter account @CumbernauldGala to keep up to date.
There are still some stalls available for inside the New Town Hall so please submit your Stall Booking Form ASAP and help us to make this the best Cumbernauld Gala Day ever.
As plans for this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day progress, we are now able to launch the stall booking process. The Stall Booking Form can be downloaded by clicking here and hard copies can be collected from the Muirfield Centre and LINK Community Facility, and at the Cumbernauld News office in the Town Centre. Forms can be returned electronically via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to the LINK Community Facility, for the attention of “Cumbernauld Community Forum”.
Payment can be made by handing a cash or cheque, in an envelope clearly marked “Cumbernauld Community Forum”, to the LINK Community Facility. Alternatively, for the first time this year, payments can be made by BACS or CHAPS via your own internet banking. All payments made using this method must have a reference number of your organisation name, or your own name if booking as an individual.
Further details on this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day will follow in the near future.
The first Cumbernauld Community Forum meeting of 2014 will take place on Tuesday 14th January at 7pm in New College Lanarkshire’s Cumbernauld campus (formerly Cumbernauld College). The meeting will include a presentation from Lorna Hart of Alzheimer Scotland, and Bobby Johnstone from Cumbernauld Environmental Society will be presenting details on the proposed Cumbernauld Community Memorial Peace Garden. All are welcome to attend this meeting.
A date has also been set for the 2014 Cumbernauld Gala Day, which will take place on Saturday 21st June. The theme for this year’s event will be the Commemoration of World War 1, with support from local representatives of the armed forces. Details will follow at a later date on the stall booking process for this year.
A big thank you to everyone who came along to Saturday’s 2013 Cumbernauld Gala Day. We couldn’t have asked for better weather and our new Gala Queen and Princesses were looking great.
Thanks also to Cumbernauld Community Forum and Cumbernauld Rotary Club for the huge amount of time and effort they put into planning and organising the event over the last several months; and to our event sponsors Sanctuary Cumbernauld, Scottish Water Horizons, North Lanarkshire Council, NHS Lanarkshire, Cumbernauld College, Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, See Me, and again Cumbernauld Rotary Club, without whose support we couldn’t have delivered the event.
We hope you all had a great time. Unfortunately we were let down by the suppliers of the climbing wall who cancelled yesterday morning, and the suppliers of the fairground equipment who broke down while on their way to us but we appreciate that can’t be helped.
We’ll be reviewing the day to establish what went well and what could posisbly be done diffierently to make next year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day event bigger and better. Meanwhile pick up this week’s Cumbernauld News for coverage of the big day. Thanks again!
With less than one week to go until next Saturday’s Cumbernauld Gala Day, we’re busy planning and organising a great day out with lots to see and do for all ages. According to the BBC, the forecast is for dry and sunny weather with temperatures up to 25c.
As well as singers and dancers performing on the stage througout the day, we will have almost 60 stalls (both inside and outside the New Town Hall) as well as fairground rides, a BBQ, face painting, the NHS BodyCheck Bus, a bouncy castle, tombola, and much more.
The main stage performances for the Gala Day (and their set times) are:
11:30am Bill Penn
12:00pm Crowning of the Gala Queen
12:30pm Indian Dancers
1:00pm Dance Vibez
1:20pm Janine Capaldi
1:50pm Daja Vu
4:15pm Closing Remarks
With lots to see and do for all ages, Cumbernauld Gala Day will be a great day out and this year already promises to be bigger and better than last year. We look forward to seeing you there.