Provan Hall

Provan Hall is an A listed medieval building in the heart of Easterhouse. Dating back to the 1470s, it is one of Glasgow's oldest houses. 



General Opening Hours: Thursday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm

Admission: Free (donations welcome)

We have lots of family friendly activities on this summer with nature trails, museum discovery trails and crafts every day we are open. Check out our events page for our larger scale events this summer!

Available for private hires at various times. Please enquire using the details on our contact page. 

Provan Hall Community Management Trust is a registered charity. We are custodians of this beautiful historic building. The recent renovation of Provan Hall by Glasgow City Council has allowed us opportunity to breathe new life into one of Glasgow's oldest buildings. A community heritage site of national significance. We are committed to providing a community facility to support building knowledge, skills, access to arts, heritage and recreation in Easterhouse and welcoming visitors from far and wide. 

Our Funders

The restoration of Provan Hall would not have been possible without the generous support of our funders. Provan Hall Community Management Trust would like to thanks the following organisations: 

National Lottery Heritage Fund
Scottish Government
Glasgow City Council
Historic Environment Scotland
National Trust for Scotland
Wolfson Foundation
Scottish Landfill Communities Fund
Turtleton Trust
Robert Barr's Charitable Trust

Our Vision

To create and manage a sustainable heritage attraction which enhances the lives of the local community and ensures that heritage is valued and understood.

Who We Are

Provan Hall Community Management Trust is a registered charity (SCO47978).  Our Board has representatives from:
 - Friends of Provan Hall
 - Platform
 - National Trust for Scotland
 - Glasgow Kelvin College
 - Glasgow City Council
 - Glasgow Fort
along with individuals who are co-opted for their individual skills and experience.

We have a small staff team at Provan Hall and please see our Contact page for more details on how to get in touch.

We want to create and manage a sustainable heritage attraction which enhances the lives of the local community and ensures that heritage is valued and understood.

We are committed to being:

 - inclusive and accessible, physically and intellectually

 - environmentally friendly in our use of materials, suppliers, activities and transport

 - supportive of the local economy wherever possible by attracting visitors, employing locally and procuring goods and services locally

 - ethical in the way we provide services, employ staff and engage volunteers by using the Glasgow Living Wage as a minimum and implementing supportive people policies

 - a transparent and accountable organisation

 - a culture where Trustees, staff and volunteers feel valued and everyone has a voice.

The Trust is a partner in the Seven Lochs Wetland Park which includes Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council, NatureScot, Glenboig Development Trust, The Conservation Volunteers (Scotland), Forestry and Land Scotland, the R&A.  

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