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  • Sevens heaven for local rugby fans

    The HSBC Sevens World Series comes to Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday and Sunday (May 3-4). The small-sided version of rugby has been played around the world for more than 130 years since being devised by Melrose butcher Ned...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    West End Festival 2014 – a month-long party

    The West End Festival will kick off again on June 1 with the Gibson Street Gala marking the start of a month of celebrations after the eagerly-awaited programme was unveiled tonight. This year’s dates have been extended from Sunday,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • West End Festival – interview with Liz Scobie

    The West End Festival is not like any other cultural event, writes Ginny Clark. This is the friendly festival, with a local welcome that gives the whole celebration – not only the parade and street parties – a genuine sense of fun....

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Yorkhill Easter Egg Run choc a block with donations

    It seemed like thousands of bikers had turned out for the annual Easter Egg Run to Yorkhill hospital on Sunday – in it’s 35th anniversary year … And the carnival atmosphere brought plenty of smiles to the crowds...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Ally Maclay has his eyes on the prize

    Result update: RBS Scottish Cup Final – Glasgow Hawks 10, Heriot’s 31. Glasgow Hawks’ Ally Maclay already has a grip on the Scottish Cup! Maclay, right, is pictured alongside Jack Turley of opponents Heriot’s ahead of Saturday’s showdown at...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Reconnecting People to Nature … in the Woodlands Community Garden

    The bio-diverse spring programme continues at Woodlands Community Garden this month with a series of family fun sessions and nature walks. WALKS – Cloud Spotting Walk on Wednesday, April 16, 2-4pm, starting from Woodside Library, 343 St George’s Road; Woodland...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • All budgets, all tastes – Granny Would Be Proud

    Bursting at the seams with vintage threads, indie designers and even the odd scrumptious slice of cake, writes Miss West End Girl …  Is it any wonder that Granny Would Be Proud’s fashion and craft fair has...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Tricky Leanne Ross sends City into semis

    League Cup holders Glasgow City romped into the last four with a 13-0 victory over Queen’s Park. Leanne Ross hit a hat-trick as the Scottish champions cruised to a comfortable win at Toryglen. And there were also...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Forth and Clyde Canal: explore the past, present … and future

    You don’t need a smartphone to start exploring the majestic Forth and Clyde Canal – but a new app adds an exciting dimension to unlocking the 200-year-old waterway’s secrets, writes Ginny Clark. If you want to know...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • A Story of Children and Film … enchanting

    The first part of the Veronica Roth trilogy of young adult novels in Divergent, a “touching an unsentimental look at teenage life” in We Are The Best … but first  the “enchanting and deeply personal” A Story of Children and Film,...

    • Posted 4 years ago