Wallacewell Quadrant, Glasgow, G21 3PXView on map
Barmulloch Community Centre is managed by Glasgow Life on behalf of Glasgow City Council, as a resource for the local community. It was originally built in 1973 and opened by Chief Constable David B. McNee. In recent years the venue has undergone internal upgrading, which has included the welcome addition of a Glasgow Life Library. The library has 6 PCs, for members of the public to use for free, upon registration.
Experienced staff are always on hand to assist with any special requirements.
Please note that in accordance with Government Policy, smoking is not permitted in Barmulloch Community Centre or our surrounding grounds
View the Accessibility Guide here on AccessAble - the new name for DisabledGo.
There is a large car park offering free off-street parking to the front of the venue. There is also free on-street parking available in the immediate area.
Photography and video recording
At times, Glasgow Life may be on the premises to take photo and film.
Rooms for hire
- Youth Room (Capacity 50)
- Activity Hall (Capacity 50)
- Multi Purpose Room (Capacity 30)
- Studio Theatre - without use of stage (Capacity 180)
- Studio Theatre - with use of stage (Capacity 180)
Please note all rooms are wheelchair accessible.
Minimum Let duration is 1 hour. Lets for part of an hour will be charged at the hourly rate.
There is no kitchen available for public use at Barmulloch Community Centre. However, hot water urns are available for tea/coffee upon request.
The Meet and Eat Café is based in the centre offering a variety of light meals, snacks and refreshments.
To make a booking enquiry, please call us on 0141 276 0875 (extension 1).
See the 2019-20 price list for room hire.
Discover what activities take place weekly by downloading the activity programme.
Barmulloch Community Centre has hosted a wedding reception in the main hall… it even had a Halloween theme.