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You may be wondering what is happening inside our beloved building at 99 Calder Street. Here is an update, We have answered the most common questions we get asked when people pop into our office for a chat. To find out more, feel free to contact us using the details at the bottom of the […]

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The latest edition of our guide to all that’s going on at Govanhill Baths is now available. A highlight of March is our celebration of International Women’s Day with a special six-day festival of exhibitions, workshops, talks and more. See the full programme at www.govanhillbaths.com/IWD2023. Also in March, the official launch of our book Little […]

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For the second year Govanhill Baths Community Trust is marking International’s Women’s Day. We will be running a week-long programme from the 6th to the 11th of March, including events such as workshops, talks, walks and exhibitions. For information on all individual events please click to learn more.  International Women’s Day is a global day […]

‘Our Rights, Our Communities’ was a partnership project between Govanhill Baths Community Trust, Unity Sisters and Milk Café. This project was delivered at a time where New Scots are suffering severe institutional racism, discourses on refugee rights are moving further to the right, and government policy continues to strip refugees of their human rights. Our […]

Our new book “Little Donegal – The Irish in the Gorbals and Govanhill” by Colm Bryce is available now to buy in our online shop. This book traces the influence of Irish migrants to the southside of Glasgow, especially from the North West of Ireland, and how their lives affected the area they settled in. […]

The latest edition of What’s On is available, your guide to all the events run by Govanhill Baths through winter 2022/23. We are very excited to launch our new book Little Donegal, which traces the history of Irish people in the Gorbals and in Govanhill. It outlines the different periods of migration, their backdrop in […]

Govanhill Baths Community Trust are looking for new Board members and that could be you! Govanhill Baths Community Trust has reached a very exciting time in its 20 year campaign to open the Baths as a wellbeing centre for the community of Govanhill. We are now looking for committed individuals to join our Board for […]

    Govanhill Baths is proud to announce the publication of Little Donegal – The Irish in the Gorbals and Govanhill by Colm Bryce. The book traces the influence of Irish migrants to the southside of Glasgow, especially from the North West of Ireland, and how their lives affected the area they settled in. Migration […]