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Ruchill Church Hall was erected in 1899 as mission halls for Westbourne Free Church. It has subtle Art Nouveau touches especially in the internal glazing and door panels.
The building shows a refreshing lack of modernisation, leaving all the original Mackintosh features intact, a century after they were created.
Visitors will receive a friendly welcome in the "Mackintosh Tea Room", providing refreshments for guests enjoying the architecture.


Ruchill Church Hall viewed from the north

Ruchill Church Hall viewed from the north


Archetypical Mackintosh motif on front door of Ruchill Church Hall

Archetypical Mackintosh motif on front door of Ruchill Church Hall


Stonework over doorway of Ruchill Church Hall

Stonework over doorway of Ruchill Church Hall


Mackintosh detailing on internal door at Ruchill Church Hall

Mackintosh detailing on internal door at Ruchill Church Hall


Stylised Mackintosh rose on internal glazing of Ruchill Church Hall

Stylised Mackintosh rose on internal glazing of Ruchill Church Hall


Green leaf motifs in glass at Ruchill Church Hall

Green leaf motifs in glass at Ruchill Church Hall


Detailing on door at Committee Room of Ruchill Church Hall

Detailing on door at Committee Room of Ruchill Church Hall


Screen at Ruchill Church Hall

Screen at Ruchill Church Hall


Curved stair tower of Ruchill Church Hall

Curved stair tower of Ruchill Church Hall


View of red sandstone Ruchill Church and adjacent hall

View of red sandstone Ruchill Church and adjacent hall


Doorway at Ruchill Church Hall, Glasgow

Doorway at Ruchill Church Hall, Glasgow


 

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