The Cargill Centre
This former Victorian primary school at the heart of Kilmacolm was converted into a magnificent new multi user campus in 2011, comprising of:
- a 3 storey Community Centre with a range of meeting rooms, multi purpose halls and cafe.
- a single storey Library
- a 2 storey commercial space
- a new village square
The centre is managed by a board of volunteers, with staffing provided by Inverclyde Leisure, supported by Inverclyde Council. It is named The Cargill Centre in recognition of one of the main project funders, The WA Cargill Fund.
Read about the restoration and conversion of the two former school buildings here.
COMMUNITY CENTRE OPENING TIMES
Monday – Friday:
9.00am to 10pm
Cargill Centre, Lochwinnoch Road, Kilmacolm,
Tel: 01505 873994
Thanks to Jim Wood, the founder member of the Cargill Centre project, the Community Centre now has an impressive heritage centre showcasing a wealth of information on the history of Kilmacolm.
Heritage Centre opening times
Groups or classes by appointment. Please book in advance by contacting the Community Centre