Be greeted by distinctive stone and bronze sculptures upon your arrival.
This architectural treasure stands tall on the corner of Causeyside Street and is iconic of Paisley’s thoughtful sense of wellbeing and strong sense of community.
The building was commissioned by Miss Agnes Russell to provide child welfare as a tribute to her two brothers and now acts as skills development hub for the residents in Renfrewshire.
Opened in 1927, the masterful building oozes history and fine craftsmanship – perfect addition to your Paisley photo album.
External viewing only. Open for special events such as Doors Open Days.
Small steps at the front entrance to access building.
A 10-minute walk from Paisley Gilmour train station.