Fire in St Joan of Arc School and Lambhill Stables

St Joan of Arc School in Balmore Road, Lambhill, was partially burned down over the night of Saturday 5th/Sunday 6th September. As well as fire damage, the building suffered water damage when the water storage tank in its roof collapsed during the fire.

The Lambhill Stables building at the junction of Balmore Road with the Forth and Clyde Canal also went on fire the same night.

St Joan of Arc School is an additional support needs school of around 60 students aged 11-18.

The Lambhill Stables building is owned by British Waterways but rented to the Lambhill Stables charitable trust who hope to open it as a community cafe and garden.

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3 responses to “Fire in St Joan of Arc School and Lambhill Stables

  1. Hi, st joan of arc is a good school.

    i was sad when i heard about the fire at st joan of arc school in balmore road and the water tank busted during the fire.

  2. I was sad also to hear of the fire at St Joan of Arc school. I attended the school from January 1984 to June 1990 and I had good times there particularly after moving house in 1987

  3. I liked that school very much ::)
    but un fortanally their was a fire :(and now we are at a diffrent school whitch isent as good as our last school::)
    But now i kinda like it a bit 🙂

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