The patrons are excited that repair work is now beginning at the hospital. Andrew Miller, a local architectural joiner, with wide experience in all aspects of traditional period joinery, has kindly offered his service to repair the hospital windows. Andrew’s craftsmen who have previously worked on the Bannockburn battle monument and the Queen Victoria school […]
Vision for Cowane’s Hospital: To conserve and revitalise Cowane’s Hospital to ensure the integrity of the fabric of the building so that it is preserved for future generations. The Patrons of Cowane’s Hospital Trust are pleased to announce the approval of a proposal to carry out urgent and essential repairs to the fabric of the […]
Fundraising has been put on hold for the Cowane’s Hospital restoration project but hopes are high for the historic building’s future. The almshouse in Stirling dates from the 17th-century and was created by the city’s greatest benefactor the merchant John Cowane. Since 2010 it has been run by the Cowane’s Hospital Maintenance Trust which cared […]
The Festival of Architecture’s Cake Fest 2016 was held at Cowane’s Hospital on Sunday 11th September. It was a great day out for families and bakers who came along to see Scotland’s famous buildings and landmarks made entirely out of cake! Cowane’s Hospital was made by Mrs James from Allan’s Primary School with the help […]
Please help us maintain our historic building for future generations and give back Auld Staneybreeks his hand. We are now able to accept kind donations via paypal on our website www.cowanes.org.uk. All donations go towards to the regeneration of Cowane’s Hospital to secure its future and the on going maintenance of the building. The Patrons […]
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