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St Francis Community Centre

St Francis Community Centre

Free entry


0141 429 0275

405 Cumberland Street, Glasgow, G5 0SE

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St Francis Community Centre is managed by Glasgow Life on behalf of Glasgow City Council, as a resource for the local community and as a business venue. It was built in 1861 and is an A-listed building. It was designed by Peter Paul Pugin. The venue was originally a church, but in 1998, £1.3m was spent converting it into a community centre.

Experienced staff are always on hand to assist with any special requirements.

Accessible toilets

Assistance dogs

Wheelchair access

Baby changing

Baby feeding


Community information


Photography and video recording

Free wifi

Rooms for hire

  • Room 1 (Capacity 20)
  • Room 2 (Capacity 15)
  • Ground Floor (Capacity 20)
  • 1st Floor (Capacity 20)
  • 2nd Floor (Capacity 20)
  • Large Hall (Capacity 120/200)

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. 

Facilities are available to make tea/coffee or to warm up pre-prepared food. Please note you must bring own supplies.

To make a booking enquiry, please call us on 0141 429 0275.

See the 2019-20 price list for room hire.

Discover what activities take place weekly by downloading the activity programme.

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St Francis Community Centre

405 Cumberland Street, Glasgow, G5 0SE

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