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Haughhead is a small, quiet hamlet two miles from Lennoxtown in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It was historically part of Stirlingshire until 1975, when it became part of Strathclyde along with many other towns and villages. In Haughhead there a small village hall and a football pitch. Across the road from Haughhead there is the Schoenstatt and Campsie Glen (Clachan of Campsie). Next to Haughhead there is also an old railway track, which is now a path, that leads down to Lennoxtown or if you go the other way, it leads to Blanefield and Strathblane and is ideal for cyclists and walking.
Haughhead is home to a Retreat Centre called Schoenstatt. The Schoenstatts Sisters of Mary was founded in Germany in 1926 by Father Joseph Kentenich and is one of six Secular Institutes belonging to the Schoenstatt family. They are a community of consecrated women who have committed themselves to surrender to god in the spirit of Evangelical Counsels. At the present time, 2013, there are three sisters in the Schoenstatt in Haughhead. An annual school trip of all of the Catholic primary schools in the East Dunbartonshire area, is made to the Schoenstatt complex.
- "Overview of Haughhead". Gazetteer for Scotland. Retrieved 6 May 2012.
- Catholic Online. "Schoenstatt Movement - Featured Today - Catholic Online". Catholic.org. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
- "Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary Scotland". Schoenstatt.co.uk. 1 October 1926. Retrieved 17 November 2013.