Dom Polski im.Gen.Wl.Sikorskiego

Gen.Wl.Sikorski's Memorial-House

The Polish Social and Educational Society 5 Park Grove Terrace Glasgow G3 7SD Telephone 0141-339 1368

Information about the Society

Facilities and Opening Hours
Information in Polish
General Sikorski
The Society Today
Facilities/Opening Hours


Katyn Plaque Memorial at Dom Polski in Glasgow

photo © Copyright RM Ostrycharz 1998
Information about the Society
Genesis of the Society

Set up in 1954, the Society, through the dedication and hard work of many of its members, 
and through difficult times, gradually established itself in its role of serving 
the Polish Community in Glasgow and Scotland.

General Wladyslaw Sikorski

At a meeting of the Society it was felt that it should be named after Poland's great 
war-time leader - General Wladyslaw Sikorski of whom many felt they owed their lives.
In 1960 Madam Helena Sikorska officially opened the House unveiling a memorial to 
her late husband. Each year he is commemorated by the Society.

The Society Today

The Society welcomes membership from those who share the objects of the Society.
Full details can be obtained from the Chairman at the above address or by email to
Facilities and Opening Hours  Opening Hours Monday to Friday 7.00 pm to 12.00 pm Saturday and Sunday 12.00 am to 12.00 pm Tuesday Closed all day   Facilities Library, Reading Room, Advice and Information, Polish satellite TV, Club and Restaurant with a Polish flavour Party Bookings   New Members welcome

The entrance to Dom Polski in Glasgow
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Information about the Society (in Polish)  
Prowadzi: Biblioteke, czytelnie, porady, informacje, klub i restauracje.
Otwarty codziennie
  • od 12.00 do 14.30
  • od 18.00 do 24.00
    Wtorki Dom Polski zamkniety
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