St Francis Community Centre is managed by Glasgow Life on behalf of Glasgow City Council as a resource for the local community and a business venue.
The building was originally a church but in 1998, £1.3m was spent converting it into a community centre The facility offers a large hall with stage / dance floor which can seat 200 and meeting rooms, which can cater for a break out meetings and small scale meeting. Opening hours are flexible to suit most people’s needs and there is experienced staff on hand to assist with any special requirements including advice on organizing events.
All this makes St Francis Community Centre a perfect venue for meetings and small conferences, classes and clubs, fairs and exhibitions, rehearsals and small concerts all at very competitive rates. It is also available for parties, dances and functions.
Call the telephone number for bookings or information.
Adjacent to the main hall is a seating/ catering area and though the center does not have in-house catering in the past a wide range of private caterers has used this area.
Getting to St Francis Community Centre
St Francis Community Centre is located close to Caledonia Road adjacent to the Southern necropolis and is accessible by road and local transport.
Parking Free car parking and on street parking in surrounding area
By bus First Bus Nos. 20 and 267
Underground Bridge Street Station and 10-15 minutes walk
Please note that in accordance with Government, smoking is not permitted in ST Francis Community Centre.