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  • Wild about the Botanic Gardens

    A specially designed double-decker education bus parked in the Botanic Gardens last week to deliver a series of interactive Scottish wildlife lessons last week. The ‘Wild about Scotland’ bus is visiting venues across the country as part of a wider campaign being...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Glasgow Open House Art Festival – West End highlights

    The second Glasgow Open House Art Festival (GOH’15) bursts into life across the city over the Mayday weekend  with more than 50 venues staging a “bigger, louder and more colourful celebration” of contemporary art and culture. This year’s programme...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Woodlands CDT: Growing a community

    Woodlands Community Devemopment Trust have announced plans to develop a green corridor linking the garden to Kelvingrove Park via West Princes St. Growing A Community will not only explore ideas for the green corridor but will also...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Kelvingrove-Anderston … a route to healthy commuting

    The new cycling and walking route linking Kelvingrove Park and the west to the city centre is encouraging people to stop driving or using public transport says a report from the Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH). Research on users’ views...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Space for Hillhead campaign: ‘keep the school together’

    Space for Hillhead – the parents group campaigning for a solution to overcrowding at Hillhead Primary School – say the extent of these problems is not being fully recognised as the consultation period for Glasgow city council’s...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Hawks at Balgray – a ground helped by 1901’s sporting legacy

    This Saturday sees Hawks host Ayr at Balgray, one of Glasgow’s great old grounds, writes Hugh Barrow. It was the home of Kelvinside Accies from 1900 until the club amalgamated with Glasgow High to form GHK in...

    • 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
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    Glasgow Mela – a Red Hot programme

    The Glasgow Mela returns for its 24th consecutive year over June 7-8 with organisers insisting it will be the “biggest and best” yet. The colourful free event will bring a host of talented performers from all over the world to Glasgow’s...

    • Posted 4 years ago