Since its setup in 1999, GHET has moved on from strength to strength and through much determination and hard work from the management group and supporters,many goals were achieved. Our first main concern was to highlight the poor condition of the Southern Necropolis
Gatehouse in Caledonia Road, designed by Charles Wilson a prominent Glasgow architect, the result of which was the building being made wind/water tight and the damaged oriel window made secure. Other more recent successes include the newly designed tombstone marking the grave of Alexander "Greek"
Thomson, the publication of "City Of The Dead..a guide to Glasgow`s Southern Necropolis" and the setting out of a "marked" heritage trail through the cemetery. The areas of heritage and the environment are aspects that we soon realised warranted being taken further and for this reason we have widened our scope and adopted the title "South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust"