Eastwood Park Gallery

Eastwood Park Gallery

About Eastwood Park Gallery

Eastwood Park Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock G466UG
01415774970
Eastwood Park Gallery Website

Eastwood Park Gallery is a dynamic space which has hosted a number of first class exhibitions including work from Peter Howson, Stephen Campbell, John Bellany, Ken Currie, Graeme Willcox and many, many more.

The gallery also regularly features work by local groups and schools making it an exciting space to visit and experience a huge range of works by a diverse range of artists.

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Take A Walk On The Pond Side
Take a walk on the wild side at Whitelee Windfarm with the Whitelee Rangers on the hunt for frogs, toads and newts!
Off Grid Kids Toddler Sessions
Off Grid Kids hold outdoor based toddler sessions at Aidans Brae Woods, Clarkston on Mondays and Wednesdays!
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