Carmunnock Community Groups
Carmunnock Community Council
The Council meets on the first Monday of each month at 7pm in the Castlemilk Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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Carmunnock Parish Church
Church services are held each Sunday at 11am and evening services are held at 6pm on the first Sunday of the month (October to April) Communion services are held on the last Sunday of April and October.
Rev. G Gray Fletcher: 0141 644 1578
The Guild is open to both women and men and meets in the Clason Hall at 2pm every Monday.
Contact: Helen Thomson 0141 644 1884
The Sunday School meets on Sunday mornings from 11am to 12 noon for children between the ages of 5 and 11. There is also a creche for children under 5 years in the Reid Hall.
Maureen Fletcher: 0141 644 1578
Baby & Todlers
Laura Laurie 07789 077 846
The Rainbows are for girls aged 5-7 years, and held in the Clason Hall every Tuesday evening from 5.15pm to 6.30pm (during term time)
Sandra Hawkins: 0141 237 4225
The Brownie Pack is for girls aged 7-10 years, and held in the Castlemilk Hall every Tuesday evening from 6pm to 7.30pm (during term time)
Julie Ramsay: 0792 575 5625
The Guides are for girls from the age of 10 years, and are held in the Clason Hall every Tuesday evening from 7.30pm to 9pm (during term time)
Sandra Hawkins 0141 237 4225
The Autumn Club
The Autumn Club is open to both men and women and meets every alternate Wednesday in the Reid Hall at 2pm from October to March inclusive.
Jim McCreadie: 0141 644 4579
Carmunnock Heritage Society
In addition to the photographs of Carmunnock in the Illustrations section of this web site, Carmunnock Heritage Society has an extensive
data base of images at https://carmunnock.smugmug.com/
The village Preservation Society was formed in 1964 and strives to preserve the historical and architectural heritage of the village. The Society holds an AGM in April which is open to the public. Life membership per family or single person is ?10.
Ken McCready 0141 644 1378
Margaret Toppin: 0141 644 3166
The Horticultural Society
The Society was founded in the latter part of the 19th century and holds an Annual Flower Show in the Castlemilk Hall the last Saturday of August. Purchase of a schedule for the Show at ?1 is regarded as an annual subscription.
John Kinloch 0141 644 1215
Carmunnock Community Drama Club
Performs a variety of mainly lighthearted productions, a minimum of twice a year.
George Hunter: 0141 631 2593
Carmunnock Arts and Crafts Group
This group offers a sociable and supportive environment in which to work on your current art/craft project.
Ann Macdonald 0141 644 3782
The Castlemilk Hall Committee
Activities include fundraising events towards upkeep of the village hall. The Hall is available for hire.
Rhona Young: 0141 644 5713
Carmunnock Gala Committee
Representatives from community groups get together to organise and run the Gala which is held on the second Saturday of June.
Dr Jane Duffty 07925 755625
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Carmunnock Village Recreation Club
Membership is available to all resident in Carmunnock. Facilities include bar, hall for functions, darts, and a room for snooker and pool. A # jamming session# is held on the last Friday of the month.
John Lawless 0141 644 1340
Royal British Legion (Scotland) Carmunnock Branch
New members always welcome.
David Thomson: 0141 644 1292
Jean Thompson 0141 637 4339
Carmunnock Baby and Toddlers
This group meets every Tuesday morning in the Clason Hall during school terms, from 9.30am to 11.30am. All parents and carers of babies and toddlers up to the age of 3 are most welcome.
Marion Rew: 0791 738 2776
Carmunnock Pre-school Nursery
Places are available from 3 to 5 years of age. It is a partnership Nursery with Glasgow City Council to provide Ante-Pre-School and Pre-School Funded Places. Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm.
tel: 0141 644 4890
tel: 0141 644 4164
Carmunnock & Castlemilk Windpark Trust
Grant information here.
Carmunnock Highland Games
Marion Begg 0141 644 3213
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