Sites and Monument Record: Polmont Church Hall (SMR 2095)

The hall for Polmont Church was built on the north side of the Main Street of the village, 420m SW of the church, in order to serve the local community. It opened on 11th May 1899 to a design by James Strang, architect, Falkirk.
The main gable facade faces onto the road and has a tall three-light window with a hoodmoulded inset roundel containing a quatrefoil above. The inscription on the roundel reads "PARISH CHURCH HALL/ POLMONT". The gable is of snecked rubble and is surmounted by a crocheted cross. A small porch on the south east corner provided access under an ogival lintel. This is now closed off and access is via a new hall to the west.

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