Maryhill Burgh Halls

Restoring Maryhill Burgh Halls to its former glory

  • Boat builder stained glass window
  • Bricklayer stained glass window
  • Boat builder stained glass window
  • Bricklayer stained glass window
  • Drawing of Maryhill Burgh Halls
    Aerial drawing of Maryhill Burgh Halls
    Maryhill Burgh Halls illuminated at night
    Boatbuilder stained glass window at Maryhill Burgh Halls
    Bricklayer stained glass windows at Maryhill Burgh Halls

    The 133 year old buildings have undergone a £9 million+ restoration project, which will breathe new life into the iconic Halls, save them for the community and create a thriving centre for local people and business use.  The building contains 20 stained glass windows designed by Stephen Adam in 1878 depicting the trades of Maryhill.  

    The restoration work began in November 2009. With early funding support from Glasgow City Council, Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust raised the money needed to secure a bright future for the community halls.

    In November 2010, the project was awarded a prize for best contribution to Urban Regeneration in Scotland through the use of European Structural Funds.

    Categories: Completed Project, Visiting, Attractions and Venues

    The Halls include a modern public hall, cafe, 11 offices, a commercial and a community recording studio, a nursery, meeting rooms and garden courtyard.  

    The Funders for the project are: European Regional Development Funding , Scottish Government City Growth Fund Phases 1 and 2, Heritage Lottery Fund, Big Lottery - Growing Community Assets Fund, Glasgow City Council Better Glasgow Fund, Glasgow City Council Vacant and Derelict Land Fund, Scottish Government Town Centre Regeneration Fund,  Historic Scotland, Scottish Government Wider Role Fund ,The Robertson Trust.

    More information can be found out about the Halls on the Trust's Website.


    Please look at the website and contact Hunter Reid or Gordon Barr for images.

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