Roystonhill Spire

Roystonhill Spire was formerly Townhead-Blochairn church, and has stood watching over Glasgow city centre since 1865.

Roystonhill Spire and Park Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rosemount Development Trust Limited. Our other subsidiary, Rosemount Workspace Limited, continues to support all costs relating to the upkeep of the Spire structure.

Rosemount Development Trust previously secured funding to carry out an oral history project on the Roystonhill Spire, environmental improvements to the Spire Park, and a public art and heritage project which helped local people of all generations to get involved in creating mosaics depicting local history.

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Doors Open Day photos

Some pics from last weekend – our first time participating in ‘Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival’ #GDODF21 Thanks to everyone who came along – our ‘Doors

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Doors Open Days Festival

We’re participating in #GDODF21 ! Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is a FREE festival about Glasgow’s architectural gems, with events, audio walking tours and activities

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Spire Park mosaics

Works in progress – next week will see the completion of the wonderful mosaics, and annual maintenance work on the Spire, in preparation for Glasgow

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155th Anniversary

Birds-eye view – a photo taken from the Roystonhill Spire by our steeplejacks. Today we commemorate that on 8th June 1866 – 155 years ago

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History boards

Our boards have arrived! They will soon be installed in the Spire Park along with 12 beautiful mosaic panels which were created from community workshops

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