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Demolition of 10 Block

The Disappearing Glasgow exhibition is taking place from Thu 19 Jan to Sun 19 Feb in Gallery Two at The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU. The exhibition takes a look at the changing city scape including the demolition of high rise tower blocks such as those at Plean Street, Kingsway Court and Lincoln Avenue.

The description of the exhibition is as follows:

Photographer and filmmaker Chris Leslie is widely acknowledged as the most consistent chronicler of the city’s recent history. This new multimedia exhibition and accompanying book ‘Disappearing Glasgow’ documents an era of spectacular change in Glasgow through the medium of photography and film.

The skyline of Glasgow has been radically transformed as high rise tower blocks have been blown down and bulldozed. Since 2006 more than 30% of the city’s high rise flats have disappeared, communities dispersed across the city and Dalmarnock have ‘been raised from the ashes’ via the Commonwealth Games.

Does this Disappearing Glasgow herald a renaissance in the city? 

stpauls_garden01Earlier in the year pupils from a few of the local primary schools came along to Kingsway Community garden to plant various vegetable seeds in some of the communal raised beds.

Last week the pupils from St Paul’s Primary in Whiteinch popped back along to the garden to harvest their leeks.

Despite the cold they had a great time up at the garden and harvested quite a few leeks – which they took back to their school and cooked!

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kingswayresidentsevent_24nov16Our Great Start Kingsway has been set up to help the tenants in the new build at Kingsway Court and Kingsway Gardens settle into the community.

They are organising an event for all residents of Kingsway Court to come along and share their views and find out about services and activities in their community which will be held from 12.30-2pm on Thursday 24 November at Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre.

You can keep up to date with the group on their Facebook page Our Great Start Kingsway. The project is being delivered by The Wheatley Group and CEIS.

community-calendarThis event is listed on our online community calendar along with lots of other events in the local area and beyond – check out the calendar to see what else is going on!

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20160921_balshagray_13_volunteersThe West Glasgow Green Gym will be doing various clean ups and activities in across the area during November. The Green Gym runs on a Wednesday from 11am to 2pm. The dates and locations over the next few weeks are:

  • Wednesday 2 November – Kingsway Court Community Garden, Scotstoun – tidying up in and around the garden and meadow. Meet at Health and Wellbeing Centre, Block 50, Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, Glasgow G14 9SR
  • 9 Nov – Route 7 Cycle Path Beith St to South StJoint workday with Sustrans. litterpicking and cutting back vegetation along path. Meet at Beith St, Partick, by roundabout at Rosevale Street, G11 6ER
  • 16 Nov – Drummore Primary School – weeding the second border at the front of the school. Meet at school entrance, 129 Drummore Rd, G15 7NH
  • 23 Nov – Kelvin Walkway Kelvinbridge to Belmont St stretchJoint workday with Sustrans, working along the path clearing fallen leaves and litterpicking. Meet at Kelvinbridge car park, down by the subway entrance.
  • 30 Nov – Nature Trail, Jordanhill – cutting back overgrown vegetation along the paths and litterpicking. Meet at entrance to Nature Walk, by the milepost on Westland Dr, just up the hill from St Thomas Aquinas School

You can download the Green Gym dates here (westglasgow_greengym_nov16) or if you need any more information, are unable to attend a session or have any problems locating the meeting point please contact Wendy Cameron or Margaret at Drumchapel Life 0141 944 6004

community-calendarThese events are listed on our online community calendar along with lots of other events in the local area and beyond – check out the calendar to see what else is going on!

ourgreatstartkingsway_headerA new group has been set up to help the tenants in the new build at Kignsway Court and Kingsway Gardens settle into the community. Our Great Start Kingsway aims to get people together with their neighbours to make new things happen in the community.

Our Great Start Kingsway has set up a Facebook page and they have been promoting a range of activities and services available in the local area and they have also undertaken a survey of the new tenants.

They will be hosting a meeting at 10am on Tuesday 27 September about setting up a tenants and residents group. The meeting will take place at DRC Generations at 102 Kingsway.

The project is being delivered by The Wheatley Group and CEIS.

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SummerProgramme_ImageDuring July and August we’re looking for people to get active and get involved in tidying up the local area.  There are going to be community clean ups on Wednesday mornings and gardening sessions at Kingsway Court Community Garden on a Thursday morning.

It’s a great opportunity to meet new people, improve your community, get outdoors and have fun.  You don’t need any special skills or to be a fantastic gardener, you just need to be prepared to join in.

The first community clean up will be happening at 11am on Wednesday 6th July.  We’re meeting at 11.00am at the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre and will be out for about 2 hours.  Everyone is welcome to come, but under 16s need to be accompanied by an adult.  Litter picks and hi-viz will be provided, but you’d be advised to not wear your best clothes.

The first gardening session will be at 10am on Thursday 7th July, meeting at the Kingsway Court Community Garden (just off the junction of Kingsway and Danes Drive) and the sessions will run from 10.00am to 1.00pm.  Again you can just turn up.

We look forward to seeing you and enjoying a summer of getting outdoors and active! For more information please contact Sarah on 07943 080593 or Our summer programme is funded by the Integrated Grant Fund.

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20160601_DoW-signage-side01We recently had new permanent external signage installed at the De’ils On Wheels community bike workshop. The signage was installed at the side and front of the workshop and displays our opening hours, some key messages and our contact information – so if you pop by when the workshop is open you can clearly see where we are! And if you happen to pop by when we are closed you will be able to see when we are open and how to get in touch!

Many thanks to the Revolve Reuse programme which funded the signage and to Glasgow Housing Association who installed the signage for us and for their ongoing support.

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Contact Details

Main Office
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL
t: 0141 433 0427
e: getinvolved@

De'ils On Wheels
Wed 11am-3pm, Thu 1pm-5pm
40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, Glasgow G14 9SU
m: 07515 879747
e: deilsonwheels@

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