HELENSBURGH pays tribute to the fallen of two World Wars and other conflicts on Remembrance Sunday.
WORK began in September 2013 to restore and give new life to one of Helensburgh’s architectural treasures.
The former Clyde Street School, later the Clyde Community Education Centre, which has looked increasingly derelict in recent years, is to become a major Civic Centre.
Last Updated ( Monday, 09 September 2013 16:35 )
AN ICONIC feature of Helensburgh is Colquhoun Square.
That the Square was intended to form a distinctive feature right at the outset of the infant town is clearly shown by its presence on the earliest existing street plans, dating from the start of the 19th century.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 February 2013 18:49 )
ONE of the lesser known addresses in Helensburgh is Milton Place.
It has the unusual distinction of having been owned by only two businesses in a century.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 December 2012 15:30 )
HERMITAGE PARK was originally called Cramb Park after the Cramb Family who owned Hermitage House, which stood where the pagoda now stands.
The Hermitage name is supposed to come from a hermit’s well that lies in the north east of the park.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 December 2012 13:11 )
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The first 2014 winter talk is on Wednesday January 29 at 7.30pm at Helensburgh Tennis Club. John Birch will talk about the Training Ships Cumberland and Empress. Non-members welcome.
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