Roystonhill Spire is the only remaining part of Townhead-Blochairn Parish Church built in Glasgow in 1866.

Designed by architects Campbell Douglas and Stevenson in the French Gothic style, the church featured stained-glass windows by the world-famous William Morris company, interior design and glass by Glasgow artist Daniel Cottier and sculptures by John Mossman.

Rosemount Development Trust now maintain the Spire and surrounding parkland, working together with Spire View Housing Association who have created the Roystonhill Community Hub and Cafe from the churches former ‘Rainbow Hall’.

On this website you can find out more about the history of Townhead-Blochairn Church and the area formerly known as Garngad Hill – view some rare images of the church interior, sculptures and stained glass, and take a virtual tour of the Spire Park.