Govan Reminiscence Group
Discover the unique collection of early medieval stones carved in the 9th-11th centuries to commemorate the power of those who ruled the Kingdom of Strathclyde. One of Glasgow’s most important historical and cultural assets, explore the 31 monu....
The Govan Fair is the oldest such event in Glasgow, dating back to 1756 when it was established by the Govan Weavers Society. The procession is held on the first Friday of June every year.
The Heart of the Kingdom is a blog on Early Medieval Govan by author Tim Clarkson and contains some great articles on Govan's importance in the ancient Kingdom of Strathclyde.
The Fairfield Heritage Centre is located in the former historic offices of the famous Govan shipyard. The centre is now open to the public Mon-Fri 2pm-5pm.
Three creative projects about Govan's hidden histories – celebrating Govan's heritage, women's roles in protest movements, and the life and work of Isabella Elder.
Here you can find out about all things Govan past and present, including what’s being done through the Central Govan Action Plan and Govan Cross Townscape Heritage Initiative to create a vibrant and prosperous future for this famous, riverside community.
The website for the Remember Mary Barbour campaign, which aims to create a lasting memorial to one of Glasgow’s greatest heroes.
acumfaegovan aims to highlight and celebrate Govan's history, heritage and people and to promote and celebrate the present development of Govan as a community.
We provide a wide range of services for young people 5 years and over in the G51 area of Greater Govan, and in secondary.
This site has some great aerial photographs of Govan from the 1920s and 1930s.
icecream architecture was established in 2009 by Desmond Bernie and Sarah Frood after many years of collaborative work. It has been recognised as an innovative and forward thinking organisation within Scottish architecture and community design.
Plantation Productions is a community Arts & Media charity based in Govan, Glasgow. We exist because we believe that everyone has the right to be creative, to have a voice and to play a part in their community. Life is a learning journey… welcome on board.
A celebration of Glasgow’s industrial past and creative future. Taking place at the South Rotunda, across Glasgow and the Commonwealth.
Building bonds and links within and between communities.