Published on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 13:43
Temple/Shafton Youth Project has been shortlisted for the Bank of Scotland Community Fund, and local MSP Bill Kidd would like to encourage all local people to vote for them to secure the top funding award.
£3,000 is on offer to the community group that secures most votes from its local community. Three further grants of £2,000, £1,000 and £500 are available to the other three community groups shortlisted. Temple/Shafton Youth Project intend to use the money to purchase a defibrillator, as it has recently can to light that there are two young people in the project who may need one at any time.
The vote is now open and runs until 10 October 2014. The easiest way to vote is online at www.bankofscotland.co.uk/communityfund.
Voting is open to all our supporters, users, colleagues and the wider public. A voter does not need to be a Bank of Scotland customer to take part.
Published on Monday, 07 July 2014 09:38
Donald Dewar leisure centre has many exciting activities on for all children in Glasgow Anniesland and the rest oft he city. There will be badminton, basketball, gymnatsitcs, football, swimming lessons, tennis, trampoline sessions and many more fun and exciting activities.
For more information contact 0800 027 0470 or visit the Glasgow Life website here.
See the flyer below for information on the extra fun days hosted Donald Dewar in Drumchapel.
Published on Monday, 07 July 2014 09:17
Active communities is a funding programme now running in Glasgow Anniesland that are offering grants of between £5,000-£50,000 for projects lasting up to two years. The programme closes for applications on Wednesday 23 July 2014 at 1pm.Read more...
Published on Thursday, 26 June 2014 10:35
ABOLITION WILL PROTECT UP TO 15,500 HOMES
The passage at Stage 3 of the Housing (Scotland) Bill which will scrap the right to buy has been welcomed today as a key part of efforts to tackle waiting lists for council homes.Read more...
Bill is MSP for Glasgow Anniesland.
His major political interests are the development of policies to eradicate poverty, job creation, housing policy and an end to the nuclear power and weapons programmes of successive British Governments.