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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 and Club. Our Society premises include a restaurant, bar, library and function room. Our Society offers 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.
Funds for essential repairs and renewal are urgently needed. You can help by giving a donation towards the cost of this extensive work. To make a contribution, please visit our donations page.
A short film about the exhibition "LIFE STORIES Scottish Polish Heritage of WWII". The exhibition aims to introduce the stories of individuals, who came to Scotland during the Second World War, fought during the War for the freedom of us all and then settled in Scotland, come to love this country like their own and contributed to their local societies.
In winter, spring and autumn the International School of Polish Language offer intensive Polish courses together with accommodation in Krakow. In summer, they organise also a versatile cultural program, which comprises guided tours, workshops and other events. Please note that you can participate in their courses all year long, from January to December.
All detailed information can be found at: www.polishcourse.org
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".
An article about how members of our house commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Clydebank Blitz (in English). This article relates to last year but there was a similar event this year which was again attended by representatives of our society.