When was Coatbridge high school built?

When was Coatbridge high school built?

COATBRIDGE (HIGH SCHOOLS) (Hansard, 16 April 1975)

What is the roughest area of Glasgow?

Seven areas in Glasgow are also persistently among the most deprived, including Parkhead West and Barrowfield, Barlanark, Central Easterhouse, Dalmarnock, Govan and Linthouse, Keppochhill and Wyndford.

Is Airdrie the worst town in Scotland?

Airdrie picked up the first Plook on the Plinth award in 2000 with 9 out of 10 residents of the North Lanarkshire town interviewed by Urban Realm agreeing that their hometown was worthy of the label of Scotland’s most dismal town.

Is Coatbridge Celtic or Rangers?

Coatbridge is noted as a particular hotbed of Celtic support. A number of locals have also played professionally for the club including Gerry Creaney, Peter Grant, John McNamee and European cup medal winner, John ‘Yogi’ Hughes.

Is Coatbridge Catholic or Protestant?

Coatbridge, with a population of around 40,000 souls, has a majority Catholic population and ten churches belonging to that faith.

How many pupils does Coatbridge High School have?

Coatbridge High School

Name Coatbridge High School
Address 17 Park Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3NP
Phone Number 01236 794848
Type Secondary School
Number of Pupils 1062

Where abouts is Coatbridge?

North Lanarkshire
Coatbridge, industrial burgh (town), North Lanarkshire council area, historic county of Lanarkshire, central Scotland, 9 miles (14 km) east of the city of Glasgow. The town’s industrial prosperity was originally based on local coal production for the Glasgow market.

Is Coatbridge classed as Glasgow?

Coatbridge is a town in North Lanarkshire which has a strong industrial history and lies 9 miles east of Glasgow.

What are the posh areas of Glasgow?

Hillhead. Glasgow’s trendy and increasingly desirable West End is one of the best areas of Glasgow to live.

  • Shawlands. Shawlands is an attractive option for young families relocating to or within Glasgow.
  • Bearsden.
  • Giffnock.
  • Scotstoun.