Category Archives: heritage

Time for Tenement House – Summer 2017

This National Trust for Scotland museum at 145 Buccleuch Street is where Miss Agnes Toward lived for almost all of her life in Garnethill. It is a fascinating view into the tenement life of Glasgow during the first half of … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Garnethill Cookbook

In a time before now, at an Arts Centre not so far away, a most wonderful recipe book was compiled and published as part of the Garnethill Exhibition. This recipe book contained dozens of pages of recipes contributed by Garnethill … Continue reading

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Garnetbank Primary Playground Fundraiser

Garnetbank Primary are running a campaign to raise money for new playground equipment for the school – collection buckets will be available this week in the big Tesco on Sauchiehall St, with more fundraising activities coming soon!  You can keep up … Continue reading

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Collectors and Artists of Garnethill at Doors Open Day

The Glasgow Doors Open Day festival is taking place between the 15th and the 21st September, and gives you the chance to see inside a huge range of fascinating buildings and spaces across the city. We’ll be choosing some of … Continue reading

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Glasgow School Of Art Scott Street Road Closure – January 2013

Dear Neighbour, Sir Robert McAlpine (SRM) is working on behalf of Glasgow School of Art (GSA) to construct the GSA buildings 158 – 168 Renfrew Street, Glasgow. On Saturday 19/01 – Sunday 20/01 SRM will close Scott Street between Renfrew … Continue reading

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Hidden Gems of Garnethill by The Glasgow Women’s Library

Several members of the community council and residents (Natalie, Sean and Ric) attended the Glasgow Women’s Library guided walk, Hidden Gems of Garnethill. This excellent walk guided us through both the architectural gems we know and love, as well as … Continue reading

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