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Our Polish House in Glasgow is named in honour of General Władysław Sikorski, Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile and Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Forces during much of the Second World War. Established in 1954, and the prime focus of the Polish community in Glasgow ever since, we are formally constituted as the General Wladyslaw Sikorski Memorial House, Polish Social & Educational Society in Glasgow. Our Society premises include a restaurant, the Sikorski Club lounge-bar, library and function room. We also offer language classes, film presentations, discussion groups, musical evenings and other cultural activities of interest to Poles and Scots alike. In the best traditions of Poland and Scotland, we welcome new members and visitors of every nationality to our Polish House - Dom Polski.


Christmas message

Christmas message from the Chair of the Board of Trustees

Our Polish Classes

Starting again on 11th January 2019 at 19:00. Register by email to

Children's Christmas Party

We invite children to play with Santa on 9 December, at 12:00 pm or 15:00. Disco Party. Bookings by email: Ticket: £ 5. Children of members have free entry.

Craft Fair

Sunday 2nd December from 12:00. A chance to buy some tradition Polish arts and craft. All welcome.

Wisła Theatre Group performance

Saturday 1st December at 7:30pm. All welcome. Free entry!

National Independence Day

Some activities and events to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the restoration of an independent state by the Poles in 1918.

Polish Language Course in Krakow (external agency)

Intensive Polish courses with accommodation in Krakow. International School of Polish Language and Culture in Krakow. See poster.

Licensing Laws

Following a review by the Licensing Standards Officers the Board of Trustees would like to remind everyone of the following: It is illegal to consume alcohol or be in possession of an open container of alcohol outside the premises of the bar. This includes the back yard and the front steps. Management have been instructed to take corrective action if members try to take alcoholic drinks outside.

New Book: Across the Green Frontier: A Soldier's Escape from World War II Poland

Message from the author: I have written a book in English which is based on my father’s life in Poland during WW II, his escape from Poland, his life in North Africa where he served in the Independent Carpathian Rifle Brigade. Later in Scotland he was a patient in Taymouth Castle, Kenmore which was the No. 1 Polish Military Hospital in Scotland during WW II. I was born in Taymouth Castle but we left Scotland when I was a child. Available from Amazon

Membership reminder

All members are respectfully reminded that subscriptions for 2017/18 are now due and should be paid as soon as possible. Current fees are £20 (£15 senior citizens and students) which can be paid at the bar or by post to The Treasurer, The Sikorski Polish Club, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, Glasgow G3 7SD (cheque made payable to "The Polish Educational Society in Glasgow".


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 Normal opening hours

Sunday 12 noon - 11pm
(Bar opens 12:30pm)
Monday 7pm - 11pm
Tuesday closed
Wednesday 7pm - 11pm
Thursday 6pm - 11pm
Friday 6pm - 12 midnight
Saturday 12 noon - 12 midnight




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