Photoblog post: St Andrew’s in The Square, Glasgow

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We have a series of photo blog posts from Glasgow-based professional photographer Gillian Hayes of Dapple Photography, from selected venues from the Glasgow’s Doors Open Day programme

First up is St Andrew’s In The Square, a beautifully restored 18th century former Church right in the heart of Glasgow. The photos show its wonderfully restored interior, as well as smart exterior including new external paving. A venue well worth a visit, it regularly hosts ceilidhs and private functions.

The original architect was Allan Dreghorn, and in 2000 it was restored by Nicholas Groves-Raines architects.

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// All photos reproduced with permission, courtesy of Gillian Hayes, Dapple Photography

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