405 Cumberland Street, Glasgow, G5 0SEView on map
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.
Photography and video recording
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.