Lambhill Stables

The former stables in the north of Glasgow was built around 1812 as a staging post in the days when horses pulled boats and barges along the Forth and Clyde Canal.

After lying derelict for many years, the Category 'B' listed building was taken into community ownership in 2007 with the aim of providing recreational training and employment opportunities. It is now a thriving meeting cafe, gardens, allotments, art classes, clubs and outdoor leisure activities for all ages. 

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