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Historic Glasgow landmark turned into wedding venue



A historic Glasgow landmark has been transformed into a venue for weddings, civil partnerships and celebrations.

The North Rotunda is situated on the banks of the River Clyde overlooking the Finnieston Crane.

The building is currently home to Cranside Kitchen, a dining, drinking and entertainment venue, but from 13 May will open a new wedding and events facility.

Following extensive refurbishment, the property, which dates back to 1890, will now be able to accommodate up to 140 seated guests.

The Finnieston function room features a circular space on the second floor can accommodate up to 240 guests.

On the third floor guests can enjoy ‘the dome’, which offers views of the Finnieston room.

The North Rotunda wedding and events manager, Kaitlin Campbell said: “From intimate gatherings to large corporate parties, you’ll find the expertise, technology, innovation, hospitality and culinary skills you need to distinguish your event and bring people together.”

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