The original hall was built many years ago on ground donated by the Spearman family. It was then one of a number of facilities in the Tighnabruaich and Kames area which could host social events. By the 1990s the building was showing its age and the Committee of the time undertook the major task of procuring a new, custom built sports and community hall for the area. These ambitious plans came to fruition after much hard work and the present hall was officially opened in September 1996. It consists of a well-equipped main hall, with full stage facilities and big enough to house a full-size badminton court, a meeting room for smaller gatherings and a fully equipped kitchen. The level site means that disabled access has never been an issue.
The hall is used by a wide variety of community groups most nights of the week and some weekends, but is available for one-off events throughout the year. Over the years it has provided the venue for the Tighnabruaich Players, who mount pantomimes and other shows during the year. It is also used occasionally for concerts by both local and visiting performers and by different community groups for their annual dinners and dances. It is the biggest public space in the area and is a popular venue for private parties and, occasionally, for wedding receptions.