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Burnside, South Lanarkshire

Burnside Blairbeth Church

Burnside is a residential district in the Scottish town of Rutherglen in South Lanarkshire, It is a relatively quiet location, and borders with Cambuslang, Wardlawhill, Blairbeth, Clincarthill, High Crosshill, Stonelaw, Fernhill and Springhall.

Stonelaw Road is the heart of Burnside and is home to a newly opened Tesco supermarket and bus stops with First Glasgow services 18 (to Buchanan Bus Station & East Kilbride), 7 (to the St Enoch Centre & Cambuslang) and the number 14 Henderson 'Ruglen Rambler' service to Rutherglen Town Centre and Fernhill. Burnside railway station, as part of the Cathcart Circle Lines, is served by half-hourly, seven-day services between Newton and Glasgow Central via Mount Florida or Langside. The area is also served by ACE Place Nursery and Out of School Care, Oakwood House Nursery, Burnside Primary School, Calderwood Primary School,St Marks Primary School, Stonelaw High School, Fernhill School and Burnside Blairbeth Church. Burnside is also home to the Burnside taskforce.

Previously, Burnside had its own cinema on Stonelaw Road, the Rhul Cinema. Built in 1932 by the Burnside Picture House Company, the cinema was sold to ABC in 1936 and later demolished in 1960.[1][2] The space was until recently occupied by the Somerfield store. The Somerfield site has now been purchased by Tesco who completed a comprehensive redevelopment of the store in 2010.

Contents

  • Burnside Blairbeth Church 1
  • Stonelaw Road 2
  • Scouts 3
  • Sports 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Burnside Blairbeth Church

The Burnside church was opened approximately 80 years ago, and was completely refurbished in 2002. In 2005, the Rev. David Easton retired after serving as minister there for 28 years. In September 2006, William Wilson was inducted to the vacant charge. Aside from two Sunday Services, there are Sunday Clubs for children and The Way, a club for secondary school students. The Blairbeth building, Roger Memorial, has Sunday services, Storykeepers a club for P1s to P3s and Megaquest a club for P4s to P7s.

Stonelaw Road

Stonelaw Road is the heart of the Burnside community. Shops around here include three cafes, a florist, a pet store, several estate agents, three hairdressers, two banks (the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Bank of Scotland), Tesco, a newsagent, two takeaways, a betting shop, an undertaker, two pharmacies, two dentists, a beauty salon, an optician, an alterations shop, two bakers, including a Greggs, a picture framer, a petrol station, car wash and Italian restaurant. Recently a new Podiatry clinic opened which also offers Bowen Therapy and Hypnotherapy.

Scouts

Burnside is home to two Scout Groups. The 185th (Glasgow Rutherglen) [3] are based in Burnside Church, on Church Avenue. The 113th (Glasgow Rutherglen) are based in the Scout Hall, on Crawfurd Road.

Sports

There are two tennis clubs and a bowling green. Burnside also borders Cambuslang Rugby Club. Cathkin Braes Golf Club, Kirkhill Golf Club and Blairbeth Golf Club are all just up the road from Burnside.

References

  1. ^ "Rhul Cinema". Dictionary of Scottish Architects. 2006. Retrieved 2006-10-31. 
  2. ^ "Glasgow Demolished Cinemas". Cinema City and Beyond. Retrieved 2006-10-31. 
  3. ^ "185th Glasgow Scout Group". 

External links

  • Burnside, South Lanarkshire
  • Burnside Primary School
  • Burnside Primary Parent Council
  • Stonelaw High School
  • Burnside Blairbeth Church
  • 113 Scout Group
  • 185 Scout Group
  • (http://www.aceplacenursery.co.uk ACE Place)

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