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Maryhill Burgh Halls


Welcome to the historic Maryhill Burgh Halls, a volunteer-run space for community events, heritage, businesses, and a good cup of coffee.

The Halls house the Maryhill Museum, The Honey Bee and the Hare Café, several businesses and many spaces to rent or let for events, weddings, and offices.

For any inquiries, ring us at 0141 948 0700 or send us an email on info@mbht.org.uk

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Maryhill Burgh Halls


Welcome to the historic Maryhill Burgh Halls, a volunteer-run space for community events, heritage, businesses, and a good cup of coffee.

The Halls house the Maryhill Museum, The Honey Bee and the Hare Café, several businesses and many spaces to rent or let for events, weddings, and offices.

For any inquiries, ring us at 0141 948 0700 or send us an email on info@mbht.org.uk

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Community Involvement


Community Involvement


Volunteering

RUN BY LOCAL PEOPLE

We are a registered Scottish Charity and any profits we make goes back into running and maintaining the Burgh Halls building for future generations. The Board of the Trust is primarily made up of people who live or work in the Maryhill area.

We’re always looking for volunteers to help with the daily running of the Halls, whether you can help out a couple of hours a week or just once in a blue moon. Besides volunteers, we are currently also looking for new members to join the board.

school Programme

hands-on workshops for all ages

The Maryhill Burgh Halls offer workshops tailored to bring the history of Maryhill alive outside the classroom, created with the Curriculum of Excellence in mind.

We offer four different workshops that include building own museum exhibits, storytelling workshops, and interactive walks through the Maryhill area.

Click here to find out more about the workshops we offer and book your place today!

the heritage Choir

NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED

Ever wanted to learn to sing or get the chance to be part of a choir? Ever been interested in the local history of the area?

Award-winning folk singer Maeve Mackinnon leads weekly singing sessions, with songs based on some of the trades depicted in the famous stained glass panels on show at the Maryhill Burgh Halls.

The choir is open to everyone - no musical experience is necessary, just bring enthusiasm!

 

The maryhill museum

sharing the history of maryhill

The Maryhill Museum works to collect and share the history of the local people in Maryhill. From the beginnings as a Burgh, named after heiress Mary Hill of Gairbraid, to a part of the City of Glasgow, there is plenty to discover of the local history.

Exhibitions cover everything from the very beginnings to modern day, but are always focused on the people who have lived and worked in Maryhill.

The Maryhill Museum is free and open weekdays 10am - 4pm.

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Events & Catering


Events & Catering


Venue hire

The Halls have many different rooms to rent out for various types of events. In the past we have hosted everything from book signings to business conferences.

See the various spaces we have available, or book through our online form.

WeddingS

We have experience hosting weddings as well! For this special day, we have collated all information on weddings at the Halls, whether its the wedding itself or a reception.

Weddings at the Halls are a great inexpensive way to have your special day in beautiful, historic surroundings.

Catering

For all events in the Halls, our panel of external caterers are ready to provide their service to make your event perfect. Whether it’s canapes or evening meals, we have you covered.

We also have a bar available, run by Liquid Academy.

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Business Space & Tenants


Business Space & Tenants


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We are proud to host a number of tenants from across industries here at the Halls.

From a recording studio to architectural bureau, see our tenants here.

We aim to make tenants feel like part of the Halls and keep them updated on our activities, and especially welcome small independent businesses and start-ups.

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Spaces to let

We currently have permanent office spaces as well as short-term leases available. Join our small community of tenants, and situate yourself in the heart of Maryhill.

The Burgh Halls are fully accessible, and offer free parking just outside. We offer various facilities, amongst others a nursery and a cafe, just inside the building. Tenants also have access to our small meeting rooms.

For any letting or viewing inquiries, please contact Jim McManus on either email at jim@lapsleymcmanus.com or phone on 0141 556 1222.