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Rutherglen Town Hall 2

Rutherglen Town Hall was constructed in the mid-19th century in the Scottish Baronial style and was re-opened in 2005 following a £12.5 million refurbishment.

The Town Hall is now a premier location for arts and cultural activities, exhibitions, conferencing, banqueting and weddings.

The old original building meets the new in the Cafe and Mezzanine Bar located inside a multi-level glass and steel atrium.

The Grand Hall, now restored to its former glory with stained glass windows and barrel vaulted ceiling, is a striking venue for large functions.

Rutherglen was granted its charter in 1126, only two years after David I ascended to the throne of Scotland, making it one of Scotland's oldest Royal Burghs.

The accolade helped make Rutherglen an important centre for trade. The derivation of the name of the town is unclear but one theory is that the area was once a settlement of Reuther, an ancient king of the Scots, who ruled between 213 and 187 BC.

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Rutherglen Town Hall's meeting rooms offer a variety of flexible accommodation to meet the needs of any conference booker. Whether you are looking to organise a meeting for 10 or a conference for 150 - you will find a meeting room to suit your requirements.  The in-house catering provides a full range of conference menu packages, available from Related download below.

Rutherglen Town Hall offers a blend of the old and new by combining the Grand Hall and the Mezzanine Bar to create the perfect wedding venue. The Grand Hall can take up to 150 guests for the wedding meal and 200 guests for the evening reception.  They can also accommodate smaller wedding parties - there is no minimum numbers.  

Check the Wedding Brochure for more information. (Book Here)

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Rutherglen Town Hall 2

Rutherglen.

Scotland.

United Kingdom

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