We are working to restore and redevelop the A listed Stables and Sawmill in Pollok Country Park. The project seeks to create a net-zero carbon "Living" Heritage Centre and community and visitor attraction based around the famous Clydesdale Horses, and the development of traditional power generation into modern renewable technologies.
The attraction will involve social enterprises and community groups, and will provide opportunities for training and employability, in order to develop local environmental stewardship and contribute to sustainability and wellbeing goals.
This will involve:
If you have any questions please email us.
We would love to share updates on the project which will also include information on events and fundraising activities, and ways you can support the project.
If you would like to hear more please complete our online form.
We will be holding information sessions on the following dates:
Please drop by and speak to members of the project team if you want to find out more.