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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.


The Festival: Defend Dunfermline WW2

Stroll the streets of Dunfermline and discover an amazing untold story from WW2. The story of a partnership: Dunfermline Home Guard and The Polish Army. Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th August 2017

GCRP Central and Eastern European Networking Event 26th April 2017

We would like to invite you to the GCRP Central and Eastern European Networking Event. The aim of this event is for Central and Eastern European communities to come together, share their community experiences and learn from each other. At the event we will also have guest organisations Community Safety Glasgow and Victim Support Scotland present. They will each deliver a short presentation to participants and will be invited to answer questions put to them from attendees.

Festival of Comics & Board Games

22-23 April: Comic Book & Book Fair, History Comic Books, Board Game Competitions, Face Painting and Contests for Kids, Art Workshops

Polish Language Classes beginning in April

New block of classes starting in April. Contact

Presentation to commemorate Gen Maczek

Sunday 26th March 2017 at 1:30pm

A Presentation by the Polish Naval Museum from Gdynia

On behalf of the Combatants Memorial Group at Sikorski House, we would like to invite you to the forthcoming event which will take place on Sunday 12th of March at 7:00pm. This free event will be in both English and Polish. Seating will be limited to 70 people and places will be given on a "first come first served" basis. No advance bookings are available but please reply with your intention to attend to (this will help us forecast attendance)

Polish Navy Day

11th and 12th February 2017

International School of Polish Language and Culture in Krakow (External course)

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:


On Saturday 8th October at 1300 hours, the Polish Social & Educational Society in Glasgow will re-dedicate the Panels of History and Sacrifice on the Memorial Wall at General Władysław Sikorski Memorial House at 4/5 Parkgrove Terrace beside Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow.

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".

Clydebank Blitz is remembered

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.



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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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