Launch of Govan Kid’s Heritage Trail

Govan Cross THI in partnership with Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) have launched a new Kid’s Heritage Trail for Govan. Pupils from Pirie Park Primary and Govan Youth Information Project (GYIP) designed and drew the beautiful pictures which illustrate this … Continued


Free Govan Summer Ferry 2019

Good news folks. The Govan Summer Ferry returns for 2019 and will operate from 3rd July 2019, to 20th October 2019.  The ferry operates thanks to fundraising led by Govan Workspace and the generous donations of many local organisations and … Continued


Looking Up & Looking Out for Govan’s Tenements

Govan Cross THI in partnership with Glasgow City Heritage Trust invite you on an investigative walk around Govan’s traditional tenements – hunting for common building issues and potential repairs.  This event is free for all to attend, so why not pop … Continued


Paving The Way – A New Future For Govan Old

Please join Northlight Heritage on Saturday 2nd March, 1pm – 4pm at McLeod Vestibule, Pearce Institute for a sneak preview of the new designs for Govan Old Entranceway and find out more about the exciting community archaeological dig in the … Continued


Govan Old Churchyard Stones & Bones

Why not dig in and join Northlight Heritage who will be running a community archaeological dig and a range of exciting activities and events in Govan Old Parish Churchyard. The dig will open daily from Tuesday 5th March to Saturday … Continued


Exciting Designs Revealed for Water Row

Exciting designs were published on 29 January for the lively and attractive waterfront development to be created at Water Row, Govan. The proposals, which were shaped through a series of community consultations during 2018, will deliver stylish riverside flats and … Continued


Shopfronts Move Forward

The THI’s Traditional Shopfront Improvement Grant Scheme (TSIG) is proving extremely popular with over 40 Registration of Interest received by Dec 2017. Due to this high volume of interest, the TSIG Scheme will be delivered over a number of phases.  Go to … Continued

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