Castlemilk (Scottish Gaelic: Caisteal Mheilc) is a district of Glasgow, Scotland. It lies to the far south of the city centre, adjacent to the Croftfoot and Simshill residential areas within the city to the north-west, the town of Rutherglen - neighbourhoods of Spittal to the north-east and Fernhill to the east, Linn Park and its golf course to the west, and the separate village of Carmunnock.
Castlemilk is a neighbourhood in the south of Glasgow with a population of 14,102. Neighbourhood comparisons with Glasgow Women in Castlemilk live, on average, eight years longer than men. The estimates of both male and female life expectancy in Castlemilk are below the Glasgow average. Single parent households make up 54% of all households with dependent children and a high proportion of.
We have conducted four surveys in Castlemilk to date: in 2006 in which 606 residents were interviewed; 2008 in which 496 residents were interviewed; 2011 in which 438 residents were interviewed; and 2015 in which 404 residents were interviewed. In total, 1,944 interviews took place. Findings so far. A small selection of findings from these four surveys with Castlemilk residents are shown.
Castlemilk estate was the biggest property in the parish of Carmunnock. The estate, which was in the Stuart family from the 13th century, was sold to the City in 1938 for one of the huge peripheral housing estates built after 1954. Castlemilk House, which dated back to the late medieval period but had been greatly altered and extended in simple Baronial style from the 18th century, was then.
I lived in Castlemilk. My folks were one of the first tenants at 50 Arnprior Road. We left for Canada in 1957. Many good memories. angel. 12th Aug 2007, 03:52pm. welcome to the boards Scottie, I never lived in Castlemilk myself, but my folks did. hope you enjoy. nutty. 30th Sep 2007, 08:01am. Anyone stay in ardencraig terr facing glenwood school? penny dainty. 1st Oct 2007, 06:13am. I.
I was just looking at photos of castlemilk where I grew up in babyland. Is St Maggies primary still there? or the secondry. Ive been away for 20yrs I heard they tore babyland down as well. I had some good times there from 1975-95. jimd1768. 27th Jul 2009, 10:20pm. I have spent the past hour or so looking through the pics and it brings back loads of memories. I was born in Stravanan Rd. Went to.
Castlemilk House was an 18th-century country house and estate located in Carmunnock parish, south of Glasgow, Scotland.The house was built around the 15th-century Cassiltoun Tower, but was demolished in 1969 after its use as children's home had ended the previous year.
NY17NE 12 15320 78580 Castlemilk Bridge. NY17NE 13 15033 76439 Howcleugh Farmhouse: Farmsteading (Home Farm) NY17NE 38 15047 77261 Driveway Bridge. NY17NE 39 1563 7757 Kennels. NY17NE 40 1525 7842 Laundry. NY17NE 41 1587 7764 Lodge and gates. NY17NE 42 1530 7745 Stables. NY17NE 43 1522 7820 Walled Garden.
Glasgow University Principal, Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, told Good Morning Scotland that all Scottish universities are continuing to plan for a blended learning approach when teaching resumes.
Welcome to Castlemilk Estates. With over 200 properties all over the UK, from Gloucestershire to Liverpool to Scotland, we will always have something to cater to your needs.
These Castlemilk lads, that generation, when they go, a whole era will fade like an old photo exposed to the sun. IT is 16 June 2012, and we are on that same hill where, so many years ago, Marzaroli photographed some pale and freckly boys. The lads are back in Castlemilk, posing in the rain for a recreation of the shot. Watching them are two of Marzaroli’s daughters, Marie Claire and Nicola.
Mark is a strategic advisor to CMEP and sits on the credit committee. Mark has over 30 years corporate finance and private equity experience. He founded Jasper Corporate Finance in 2002, which was merged with Regent Assay in 2017.
Castlemilk High School 223 Castlemilk Drive Glasgow G45 9JY Phone: 0141 582 0050 Fax: 0141 582 0051. This site, powered by Createit.
Castlemilk Moorit Sheep Society is an active society founded by Mr Joe Henson MBE. We actively work with the Rare Breed Survival Trust to protect, increase and promote our rare sheep.
Project Name: Castlemilk Stables Building Type: Community Building Location: Machrie Road, Castlemilk, Glasgow Architect: Elder and Cannon (restoration) David Hamilton (original architect) Project: Prior to refurbishment, much of the original stonework in the historic part of the building was damaged due to weathering and inappropriate cement repairs. Analysis of the stone found the existing.Rev Sarah Brown was ordained on 11th January as the minister of Castlemilk East linked with Castlemilk West. After the union of the two parishes in November 2012, she became the minister of Castlemilk Parish Church. Sarah grew up on a farm in Angus and was a youth worker before she trained for the ministry. She has a love of people and a passion for social justice. Her education has been.Castlemilk History added 123 new photos to the album: Castlemilk Park, The Stables, Pond, Bridge and Waterfall. — with Isabel Taylor and Marion Taylor. The first few of these photos and information have been taken from this web site.