8. Galashiels Bowling Club Pavilion

8. Galashiels Bowling Club Pavilion

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The Galashiels Bowling Club pavilion is a good example of the ‘Arts and Crafts’ style, with an “English” half-timbered approach to the frontage. It is unusual in being a two-storey design with a balcony, though this was presumably done in part because of the limited overall site area.

Later in 1892, a similar two-storey half-timbered bowling club pavilion was built in Hawick.

This building is Category C listed.

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Key Information

Date built:

1883

Look up at:

The red clay ridge tiles and finials, which are usually an indicator that the building is in the Arts and Crafts style.

Building open to the public:

No.

More Information

You can see the building through the gate of Old Gala House (right next to the entrance to the Bowling Club).

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This location is accessible to anyone with mobility issues.
Illustration of Gala Bowling Club Pavilion
Illustration by Lara Gueldner

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