Langlands Path – gets out the starting blocks!

Work to improve Langlands Path started on site on Monday 22 April 2013. The new look walk and cycle way will be revealed in late summer 2013. Cyclists and pedestrians will soon be enjoying the path’s new level surface, new street lighting, attractive landscaping and a … Continued


Govan’s Pearce Statue Restoration Underway

Work to restore and repair Govan’s Pearce Statue commenced on Monday the 15th of April and will be on-site for the next seven weeks. The project involves not only restoration of the statue but also the production of a booklet … Continued


Another great lecture evening in Govan!

Thanks to everyone who attended our second ‘Winter Warmer’ lecture evening last night – the event was a great success. The audience enjoyed listening to Nick Blair, who is a Conservation Architect, discussing the upcoming building repair projects to Brechin’s Bar and … Continued


The Portal shopfront makeover – on site now

The shopfront makeover at The Portal is on site now. Watch as the five shops that make up Govan’s most creative community strip turn from drab to fab. Due to complete by mid April 2013, the shopfront’s spruced up joinery work, … Continued


The Pearce Statue needs you – Community Workshops

The THI team is looking for volunteers to help produce a commemorative leaflet celebrating the upcoming restoration of the Pearce Statue. Perhaps you would enjoy unearthing facts about Sir William Pearce or the statue’s sculptor Edward Onslow Ford? Maybe you’d like to learn … Continued


Riverside Hall – all systems go!

The Riverside Hall refurbishment is now on site! Repair work is underway to give this much loved hall a new lease of life. Look out for its fabulous transformation when works complete toward the end of April 2013. Get more … Continued


First ‘Winter Warmer’ event a great sucess in Govan!

On Tuesday 22nd January 2013, Govan Cross THI held it’s very first ‘Winter Warmer’ event in the Pearce Institute, Govan.  Professor Stephen Driscoll, from Glasgow University Archaeology Department, kicked off the evening with a talk entitled ‘Romancing the Govan Stones: Archaeological … Continued


The problem with roller shutters…

Achieving security for traders while also maintaining vibrant streets and thriving businesses is an important challenge. In recent years the solution to security concerns has often been to fit solid roller shutters across shopfronts, but this has contributed to the … Continued

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