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We are having our first De’ils On Wheels Pop-Up Shop this weekend at the fantastic Merry-Go-Round Glasgow Children’s Boutique which sells quality pre-loved children’s goods.
As part of our monthly newsletter (you can subscribe here) we have a section called Friend Focus where we highlight the great work that is being undertaken by one of the many organisations that we work with.
Our latest Friend Focus features Glasgow Local Food Network, which is an informal network of community organisations and individuals from across the Glasgow area that are passionate about local food and striving to produce more of what we eat and eat more of what we produce.
Heart of Scotstoun will be holding a charity car boot sale on Saturday 29 June from 11am – 2pm. There will be parking available on the street and the Cherry Tree Café will be open from 8.30am – 2pm.
Car spaces cost £10 and tables may be hired for a small fee if required. If you are interested in having a space or a table just visit the centre 11am – 7pm or contact 07840 466987. You can download the flyer here HoS_Carboot_29Jun13
Throughout May and June, Glasgow Community Planning Partnership will hold 21 local events, one in each multi member ward of the city, publicising the role of the Safe Glasgow Group; the community planning structure that Glasgow City Council is utilising to perform the role of scrutinising and reviewing the Glasgow Police, Fire & Rescue and Safer Communities plans.
The local events will allow Police Scotland and Scottish Fire & Rescue to inform residents of their interim plans and to gain feedback from residents on theses plans. Residents will be able to have their say about the safe priorities in their community.
Glasgow City Council is currently consulting on proposals to build a new school campus on the existing site of St Brendan’s Primary School.
The proposed re-development will see the closure of Garscadden and Yoker Primary schools, Thirlstane and Kelso nurseries and building a new non-denominational primary school and nursery as part of the campus on the St Brendan’s site.