Summerston is a residential area of Glasgow, Scotland. .

The area is right on the periphery of the City of Glasgow local authority boundaries, and is near to Bearsden. Part of the Glasgow conurbation is outside those boundaries (being instead part of the East Dunbartonshire council area).

Summerston is served by Summerston railway station.

There is a riding school used by Strathclyde Police Mounted Branch.

John Paul Academy, one of Glasgow's 11 Roman Catholic secondary schools is located in Summerston.

4th Glasgow Beaver Colony and Cub Scout Pack are based in Summerston. The Beaver Colony is for kids aged 6 to 8 years, and the Cub Pack is for kids aged 8 to 10 years.

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