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  • Late show means West have Scott to be positive

    Hamilton 38 – 21 West For West’s first competitive game of the new season, if there ever was a game of two halves this was it, writes Alan Patterson. West were by far the stronger team at the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Fired-up BSC Glasgow hit the road to Selkirk

    John Brogan was full of praise for BSC Glasgow’s spirited victory over Preston last Saturday – and called on his men to repeat that winning form on the road. Gerry O’Donnell, Tony Wallace and Craig Johnston were all on target as...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    The Reflections of Terry Welsh – a rich and colourful local history

    A memoir that delves into the rich and colourful history of the west of Glasgow has been published on Kindle with a foreword by journalist and broadcaster Graham Spiers, writes Martin Greig. Reflections: Lambhill, Possil and Elsewhere by the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Meetings this week on Hillhead and Kelvin Park proposals

    The first of a series of public meetings to discuss Glasgow city council’s proposed changes to West End primary school catchment areas goes ahead tonight at Hillhead. When the new school was relocated from Cecil St to...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • BSC boss John Brogan – we’re ready to get back on track

    John Brogan is looking forward to securing three more points at Lochburn tomorrow as BSC Glasgow welcome 10th-placed Preston, writes Ginny Clark. The visitors are one place and two points behind the Broomhill men – who have...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Don’t miss out – book for Doors Open Day

    The booking system for Glasgow Doors Open Day, which takes place between September 15-21, will open on Wednesday, August 27. This free annual heritage festival is coordinated and organised by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust (GBPT), a charity that focuses on saving built heritage...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Hillhead and Kelvin Park consultations on the agenda for YoKeCoCo

    Yorkhill and Kelvingrove Community Council (YoKeCoCo) meet tomorrow night with Glasgow City Council’s consultation on changes to the catchment area for Hillhead Primary School and their proposal to close the Kelvin Park Early Years Centre high on the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Campaign to save Kelvin Park Early Years Centre steps up

    The campaign to save Kelvin Park Early Years Centre argue a proposal to close the nursery is an unnecessary measure that threatens a vital resource – with the problem of overcrowding at adjoining Hillhead primary school yet to be addressed by a catchment overhaul. And...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Take a walk on the wild side – in search of the West End’s architectural menagerie

    The West End has a wealth of wildlife-themed statues and carvings, on grand public buildings, on coats of arms and on seemingly random private houses, writes Ronnie Scott. Not all of them are obvious, so take our...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • BSC boss John Brogan: We’re up for the challenge

    BSC Glasgow head to Dalbeattie Star tomorrow their confidence undimmed by back to back defeats, writes Ginny Clark. After losing 4-1 at Whitehill and 6-0 at Gretna, BSC boss John Brogan stresses his young players are on a steep learning curve – but ready for...

    • Posted 3 years ago