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Welcome to our website about The Roystonhill Spire, Glasgow. This impressive landmark on the city's skyline was formerly Townhead-Blochairn church, and has stood watching over the city centre since 1865.
You can read more about the history of the building, look at some pictures and video of our projects and view the news & news archive to see what's been happening. If you would like further information please visit our Facebook page, or .
[page last updated 17/07/12]
Summer 2012 - The Roystonhill Spire is now on Facebook - please 'like' our page.
Also, here are some useful web links about the Roystonhill Spire:
May 2010 - We have uploaded some images of the Spire when it was restored several years ago.
September 2004 - Toby Paterson,
a renowned Glasgow artist and designer for the Roystonhill Spire and Park Project, has
launched a fund for art students to help his partner's memory live on.
February 2002 - This is a picture taken last year of the Spire from Sighthill Park. The standing stones at Sighthill are an unusual feature, which often go unnoticed. They are in astronomical alignment - you can view an alignment diagram via this link
Sighthill Stones Astronomical Alignment
Movie - A 4 minute short film of the history of the project can be viewed here. It is available in two versions, for slow modem connections , and fast broadband connections.
More pictures and movies of the Spire and Park will be uploaded soon.