Clydebank Town Hall

West Dunbartonshire Council will be holding an Open Day at Clydebank Town Hall on Saturday, April 27, from 11.30am to 3.30pm.

This will be to show off the advantages of having a function there, whether it’s a wedding or any other celebratory event.

The Town Hall is a local landmark B-Listed building which was designed by James Miller, architect of numerous railway stations including Glasgow Central Station, officially opening its doors on 4th April 1902.

The Council is marketing it as “a multipurpose venue which was beautifully restored between 2010 to 2013, housing a museum, café, 7 event spaces available for hire, including soon to be launched – Bruce Street Baths a cool urban space. With capacities of  4 – 600 people we are the largest events complex in West Dunbartonshire.

“We play host to a multitude of events from weddings, conferences, product launches, activations, fashion and theatre shows, food and drink, live events, concerts and much, much more!

“Our events team has over 25 years’ experience and we pride ourselves on our exceptional level of customer service. We are on hand to support you plan your special event.  Our packages include venue dressing and catering.”

You can go along to Hall Street, Clydebank, G81 1TT  on Saturday. T: 01389 737 555 E:

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