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Population: 29800
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Clydemuir Primary
"Clydemuir Primary visited my Hotel last week, The Pupils were well behaved and the supervision was excellent, real team work I hope they make a return visit Regards Susan

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"Friendly local with live entertainment most weekends.

Date visited: Dec 2009 ..." More

Glenhead Tavern
"Absolute jumping place on friday nights, great mixed crowd never any trouble, brilliant staff and loads of superb live bands, great night oot!

Date visited: 12/10/07 ..." More

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The Third Reich’s blitzkrieg, the demise of shipbuilding, and the closure of the Singer sewing-machine fac-tory: Clydebank’s survived them all. The Clydeside town on the western extremity of Glasgow’s tentacular reach has proved itself to be an indomi-table settlement that has enjoyed its industrial heyday, and awoke from decline to witness the green shoots of economic recovery. The John Brown shipyards employed thousands in Clydebank – the River Clyde was the centre of world shipbuilding. As Scotland enjoyed the boom, Clydebank reverberated to the sounds of heavy industry, cranes silhouetted against the skyline. Of course, during the Second World War, Adolf Hitler’s Luftwaffe did their level best to stop the production of ships and ordnance in the Clyde, and Clydebank got the worst of it. In 1941 it was almost levelled, but stood firm under the German attack. Seduced by Clydebank’s excellent transport links, including canal, river, road and rail – plus, most impor-tantly, an abundance of land to build on – I M Singer and Co built a massive plant in the Kilbowie area of town, the footfall of thousands of people commuting to the factory was enough to require a railway station of its own. At the peak of Singer’s production, Clydebank was manufacturing up to 80 per cent of the world’s sewing machines, employing over ten thousand people in the process. The company’s post-war fortunes were not as sparkling. Competition from the Far East and Europe eroded Singer’s market share. Singer began to run at a loss, cutting its workforce by two-thirds in the ‘60s, and after Britain’s perilous economic climate of the late ‘70s, it finally succumbed to its debts; the plant closed in 1980. The Kilbowie site did not go waste though, the vacant factory buildings were pulled down, upon which Clyde-bank Business Park stands in its place.


CP Financial Consultants
Hutchison & Hutchison & Co


UCI Clydebank


Sunset Nightclub


A R Lawrie & Associates
Community Dental Clinic
Dental Surgery


Clydebank Health Centre

Estate Agent

Caledonia Bureau
McHugh & Co

Golf Club

Clydebank & District
Clydebank Municipal

Health and Fitness Club

Cosmopolitan Health and Fitness Club

Pub and Bar

Coach House
Glenhead Tavern
Park Tavern


Cine Citta

King Buffet
McMonagles Fish Restaurant
Singapore Buffet Express


Braidfield High School
Clydebank High School
Clydemuir Primary
St Eunan's Primary School
St Marys Primary School


Baillie Spowart
Fitzpatrick & Co


Clydebank T O A
Clydebank Taxis


Boyce & Houston

Sports Clubs

Sporting Judo Clydebank (Martial Arts)


Flower Dell
Hardgate Pets
Precious Pets
Stuart Mccoll
Black & Lizars

Clyde Clothing
Abidaisy Flowers
Budz 'N' Bloomz


Scotkart Indoor Kart Racing(Motor Sports)

Places to Stay near Clydebank

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Beardmore Hotel (0.90 miles)

Beardmore Hotel

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The Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre is one of a rare breed. It is a luxury hotel but with an informal ambiance and professional, yet friendly, staff. Located on the banks of ... More

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Ferry Inn (1.87 miles)

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The Ferry Inn is located on the south bank of the River Clyde beside the famous Renfrew Ferry. Open 7 days a week, offering a warm and friendly welcome to ... More

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Travelodge Glasgow Braehead (2.53 miles)

Travelodge Glasgow Braehead is located 4 miles from Glasgow Airport, 24 miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport, and is less than a mile to Xscape - Braehead. Also nearby you will find: Glasgow Ski & Snowboard ... More | visit website

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Mar Hall (2.99 miles)

Mar Hall

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This premier luxury hotel, found in a picturesque countryside setting near Glasgow, offers individually designed suites with breathtaking views of the Kilpatrick Hills.
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Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club (3.16 miles)

Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club

This commended 145-bedroom full service hotel is ideally located for the West of Scotland, only 5 minutes from Glasgow International Airport, Braehead Shopping Centre, Xscape Leisure Park and 10 minutes from Glasgow city centre. Facilities ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport (3.47 miles)

Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport

Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport makes for an inviting home-from-home within the complex of Glasgow International Airport. You can catch the bus 24 hours a day from the airport to Glasgow city centre, 10 minutes away. ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Glasgow Airport (3.49 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Airport
An ideal airport location, this Premier Inn is just 0.25 miles from Glasgow airport. Braehead shopping centre is a local attraction near to this Premier Inn. Glasgow city centre is only 12 miles away. Our Glasgow ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Glasgow Bearsden (3.63 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Bearsden
Ideally located within easy reach of the A81. Local attractions include various golf clubs, Rangers Murray Park training ground, Mugdock Country Park and Loch Lomond. Conveniently located for Milngavie train station. For shops and local ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Glasgow Milngavie (3.73 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Milngavie
Ideally located within easy reach of the A81. Local attractions include Loch Lomond, Hampden Park stadium and the famous West Highland Way. For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 6 miles away. Our ... More | visit website
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Manor Park B&B (3.94 miles)

Manor Park B&B

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Situated in Glasgow's fashionable West End. A family run licensed hotel. The Hotel has been restored to its former glory offering personal service at affordable prices, with only a short distance to ... More

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