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New Glasgow Society

Founded in 1965 in the realisation that Glasgow is one of the finest remaining Victorian cities in the world, the society has always had strong architectural leanings, but it rapidly developed wider interests to meet the challenges of large scale transportation and industrial planning.

To contact us: email

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Old Glasgow Club

An historical Club founded in 1900 for everyone interested in Old Glasgow. ,

Glasgow Heritage Trails

Booklets have been produced on trails around parks, streets and areas you can discover for yourself.  The booklets are available from various libraries—if you can’t find them in your local library, you will get them in the Mitchell, or view them online here:-



Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society

A society formed in 1973 to promote and encourage awareness of this great architect and designer.  Based at Queen’s Cross Church, they organise tours and events and this site will give you all the information you need.


C.R.M. Society ,

Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson

Since C.R.Mackintosh became popular, many think this great architect of many Glasgow buildings has been pushed to the background.  This Society was founded in 1991 to promote the life and works of this great man.  They also organise tours and events.  See their website for details.

Alexander Thomson Society

Sir William Burrell lived

from 1902 to 1927

in ‘Greek’ Thomson’s

Great Western Terrace

Friends of the Glasgow Necropolis

The Necropolis is next to the Cathedral, at the top of the High Street.  Full of personal histories as well as Glasgow’s history.  The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis welcome contributions of historical information and you can join them, too. ,

SGHET—South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust

‘South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust are keen to promote the many aspects of "heritage and environment" from the local area and we would welcome contributions from any individuals or groups who share our passion.’

 This group has been set up to celebrate and keep alive the history of the South of Glasgow.  They hold regular meetings with speakers on various related topics. 


What’s On in Glasgow -

A site that keeps you informed of what’s happening in Glasgow currently, including theatres, cinemas, sports and exhibitions.  Check it out for the latest events.

What's On

Cinema Organs

Are you interested in Cinema Organs?  Well here is their society, the Scottish branch holds meetings in Glasgow.

sScottish Cinama Organ Trust

Tours of the East End of Glasgow

Lora and Patricia invite you to discover the real Glasgow by booking a walking tour of the East End with them.  They will also tailor tours to your own requirements.

Cart Blanche


Promoting regeneration and enhancement of the White Cart Water - the natural artery that flows between Holmwood House and Pollok House.  You may want to get involved...

Cart Blanche

602 (City of Glasgow Squadron) Museum


This squadron was formed in 1925 as a unit of the Auxiliary Air Force.  For the history of the squadron follow the link.  The squadron, protecting the east coast from German planes, fired the first shots of the Second World War over the skies of the UK.


602 Squadron