Paisley - Stanely House, Youth With A Mission
Stanely House was built in the 1880’s and belonged to Thomas Coates. The sandstone building, with its high ceilings, large windows and oak fireplaces, brings you back to earlier times. From the accessible roof, between the many chimneys there’s a splendid view of the reservoir and the ruins of Stanely Castle.
The charity Youth With a Mission acquired the building in the early nineties as a place for training and community work.
-Tour to the roof throughout the whole opening time.
-Historical photographs and video footage.
-A Scavenger hunt for children will help everyone to see the details of the woodwork and ceilings.
-There will be live-music from some of the songwriters among our charity workers, in a café setting with refreshments available.
-Information about energy efficiency, composting at home and pollinator friendly gardening will be available.
*Our volunteers will accompany groups of maximum 8 people to the roof, from where you can enjoy splendid views in all directions.
Where to find us
- 14 Stanely Crescent
- PA2 9LF
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