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ADDRESS

64-66 Randolph Rd,

Glasgow, Scotland

G11 7JL

Broomhill Hyndland Parish Church was formed in 2017 out of the union of Broomhill Parish Church and Hyndland Parish Church 

ABOUT US

© 2019 by Broomhill-Hyndland Parish Church

ORGANIZATIONS & ACTIVITIES

AT BROOMHILL COMMUNITY HALL

The Guild

The Church of Scotland Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland which invites and encourages both women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in Worship, Prayer and Action.

Work Party

The Work Party, which was established in the 1930s, comes under the umbrella of the Guild organisation.

A variety of garments are knitted by the group: baby clothes, hats, bootees and blankets for the neo-natal unit at the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital; bed socks, knee rugs and shrugs for Erskine Hospital and Balmanno House; toddlers jumpers, hats, gloves and scarves for Blythswood Care and Glasgow City Mission.

Boys' Brigade

The 130th Glasgow Company, The Boys’ Brigade meets on a weekly basis at Broomhill Church.

The Company, which was founded in 1904 and has met at the church since that time, has three sections that cater for all boys of school age from primary one to secondary six.

Girlguiding Scotland

Girlguiding Scotland is Scotland’s leading charity for girls and young women, helping 50,000 young members grow in confidence, reach for the stars, have fun and be a powerful force for good.

Coffee Mornings

The coffee morning is organised by the Guild but is supported and staffed by a number of volunteers who provide the home baking. There is a small cost of £1.50 each week to cover the expense of coffee (plus lots of refills!) and home baking. Volunteers are always welcome to help assist with the organisation on the morning.

Scottish Country Dancing

The group was originally established in 1984 on the suggestion of then Minister, The Rev. James Aitchison.

Since that time, the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society's publications have been used to learn new dances, whilst many old favourites are also performed.

Badminton Club

Members of the club are of varying abilities and ages, with the emphasis on enjoyment in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. We're also happy to teach the rules and basics to new players of the game.

The group was founded in 1921 and has welcomed hundreds of members to the group in the near century that it has been established.

There are currently around 15 regular members playing each week and we are always delighted to welcome new members who wish to participate.

Natalie Wallace School of Dance

Natalie Wallace School of Dance provides classes in Ballet, Tap and Jazz for girls and boys of all ages.

Emma Steenson Pilates

Pilates is a great way to improve your core stability, postural awareness and flexibility. So why choose a Physiotherapy-led Pilates class? Physiotherapists frequently incorporate Pilates into their treatments and therefore are ideally placed to teach Pilates given their in-depth knowledge of the human body.  Their physiotherapy training provides them with a deep understanding of injury and healing and this allows them to quickly identify a client's needs whilst performing an exercise.  

Yogabellies

YogaBellies offer yoga classes and ethical products for women at every stage of their lives, including pregnancy and post-partum with baby. Our yoga is not just for pregnant ladies, it’s for all women and we have clients as young as 14 and old as 100! 

Broomhill Toddler Group

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Glasgow Line Dancing

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