Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of Old Glasgow pubs and helping to support Glasgow’s history research! Each and every one of our members is extremely appreciated and we are very thankful to have your support.
As a member, you will have access to a Member’s Only Section and monthly online publications, all for the price of a pint per month! (£4.50)
Supporting the History of Glasgow
When you become a supporting member of Old Glasgow Pubs, you will personally be helping to not only preserve the history on this site but will also help to fund all future research! Unfortunately, the cost to host a site this big (Over 2,500 thousand posts and even more pictures) comes at quite a large cost, but with your help, it will make it possible to continue this great site.
Exclusive Content on the website
You will also get exclusive access to premium articles and research on our website. This content is anything from more in-depth research to photographs. You can view a list of exclusive content here.
Can I purchase this membership as a gift?
Yes! We have listened to you and now have a yearly gift available in our shop. Click here to get more details on our Old Glasgow Pubs History membership.
Monthly Online Publication
As part of your membership to the site, we will be publishing a different edition of the National Guardian every month for you to enjoy online. The digital copy of the National Guardian is available exclusively for Old Glasgow Pubs members and was digitised by us with help from website donations.
What is the National Guardian?
The National Guardian is a VERY valuable source for the licenced trade in Scotland. The National Guardian was published every week and contains news articles, pictures and stories about Pubs, Publicans and other licensed premises in the country.
The National Guardian was part of Dalross Limited and was printed at their Head Office at 82 Mitchell Street, Glasgow
Is the National Guardian Only about Glasgow?
No, the National Guardian covers the whole of Scotland, but there is a high amount of entries about Glasgow and the surrounding areas too. The articles about the rest of Scotland is still interesting because they often mention Glaswegian pubs and publicans or sometimes a photo of publicans that moved to a new area.