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  • North Kelvin Meadow and the Children’s Wood: Six days until petition is delivered

    North Kelvin Meadow and the Children’s Wood campaigners are urging more local people to sign their petition appealing to the Scottish government to throw out plans for property development on the popular green space. Glasgow city council last month approved...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • North Kelvin Meadow and Children’s Wood community gathering

    North Kelvin Meadow and Children’s Wood campaigners have organised a community gathering and bonfire for all day Saturday (Jan 16) to show support ahead of Glasgow city council’s site visit towards the end of the month. The aim...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Tam Dean Burn goes for gold in storytelling

    Tam Dean Burn pedals off on his Marathon Storytelling Cycle Challenge tomorrow –leaving the Children’s Wood in a celebration send-off starting at 11.30am. Joined by Emma Schad and Andy Alston, the intrepid storyteller and musicians will spend...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • FREEcycle event – a Children’s Wood swap shop

    The Children’s Wood are holding a FREEcycle event on Sunday (May 4) where children’s clothes, toy’s books and other no-longer-needed items can be recycled – and you can take something else home in their place. No money...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    The Children’s Wood wins Greener Together Award

    The Children’s Wood at North Kelvin Meadow is today announced as one of five community projects to win this year’s Scotland’s Greener Together Awards. These awards celebrate and reward communities for their environmental action and are part of...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Hallowe’en parade at the Children’s Wood

    The Hallowe’en fun starts at 3.45 at The Children’s Wood, on North Kelvin Meadow this thursday (October 31). There will be a chance to make lanterns before the Hallowe’en parade – which will set off at 4.30pm –...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Sue Palmer … let the children play

    Sue Palmer is quite clear about what she believes is the impact of commercialisation and technology on our children, writes Ginny Clark. She says: “Children need the freedom to develop through play outdoors – and one generation...

    • Posted 4 years ago