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  • GHK crown it in style

    GHK clinched the BT West League One title on Saturday with a very convincing 41-7 victory over nearest rivals Carrick at Old Anniesland, writes Alan Dunipace. Six tries to one tells its own story, but it was...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Art auction fundraiser for Kelvin Park nursery

    Lala Manning will be demonstrating that famous family talent as guest auctioneer at a special fundraising event in support of Kelvin Park Early Years Centre next week. There will be an art auction at Hillhead Library on Thursday, March 26,  from...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Children’s Wood poetry evening at Oxfam bookshop

    A fundraising poetry evening in support of the Children’s Wood is being held in the Oxfam bookshop on Byres Road on Tuesday (March 24) at  7.15pm. This is a chance to be entertained by Carole Bone’s famous ‘Chip...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • University hosts solar eclipse event

    Local people are being invited to join University of Glasgow staff and students to safely observe the partial solar eclipse tomorrow (Friday, March 20). Experts from the University’s School of Physics and Astronomy will be on hand to explain...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Thornwood Community Council needs your help

    Thornwood Community Council is up and running again – and urging people in their area of Partick to get involved in plans to help the local neighbourhood. Historically the community council was involved in halting destruction of Thornwood Park for use of housing...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    World’s oldest rugby cap returns to Scotland

    John Beattie, the former Scotland international and British Lion will be at Twickenham on Saturday to take receipt of the oldest Scottish rugby cap in existence, writes Alex Gordon. The cap has been on display at the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Kinane leads way as GHK cruise into Shield final

    GHK reached the final of the BT National Shield with a convincing 32-7 victory over Orkney at Old Anniesland on Saturday, writes Alan Dunipace. Both sides are top of their respective leagues and Saturday’s clash was an...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Byres Road BID: Paul Reynolds says ‘hard work starts now’

    By Ginny Clark Paul Reynolds hailed a great new chapter for the Byres Road area with 204 traders voting in favour of creating the Business Improvement District (BID) that will provide a collective retail platform and could unlock up...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Glasgow Hawks and GHK in bid for historic double

    Both of Old Anniesland’s clubs have the chance to reach finals day at Murrayfield – with both in crunch home ties on Saturday in a huge day for the West End ground. Glasgow Hawks take on Boroughmuir in the BT National Cup...

    • Posted 2 years ago