Lambhill Stables, on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal is a unique and picturesque setting where they work towards improving the quality of life for all ages and abilities. They provide opportunities for learning new skills, taking part in creative and social activities and caring for the environment.
Lambhill Stables offer art classes, lunch and social groups, history and heritage group, youth and scout groups, sewing and knitting classes, photography and computer clubs, live music evenings and a community garden that is open to everyone.
Services this organisation delivers
A popular weekly lunch club, followed by a bingo session!
A group for people to come together and advance their knitting and sewing skills, and hopefully make a few friends along the way!
This is a group for people interested in the the culture and heritage of Lambhill.
Lambhill's gardens are open and to be enjoyed by everyone. Their gardening group runs multiple times a week which all are free to join.
Note: this service is only for children and young people
Lambhill stables specialise in running diversionary activities such as cycling, canoeing, volunteering and finding out about local history and heritage. They run this youth club, open from ages 8-25.