This month’s meeting of Garnethill Community Councillors will take place 7:30pm Tuesday 8th August in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street.
There will be a Police report, discussion of local issues (including a presentation on
This National Trust for Scotland museum at 145 Buccleuch Street is where Miss Agnes Toward lived for almost all of her life in Garnethill. It is a fascinating view into the tenement life of Glasgow during the first half of the twentieth century. What makes this tenement flat extraordinary is that Continue reading
This month’s meeting of Garnethill Community Councillors will take place 7:30pm Tuesday 11th July in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street.
Whilst a draft agenda has been drafted:
- Minutes of last meeting
- Matters Arising
- Police Report
- Garnethill Park progress and Bread Oven
- Councillor Reports
the main topic of discussion will be the Garnethill Bread Oven Project. Several will have attended a meeting in the Park a few Fridays ago when Continue reading
In a time before now, at an Arts Centre not so far away, a most wonderful recipe book was compiled and published as part of the Garnethill Exhibition. This recipe book contained dozens of pages of recipes contributed by Garnethill residents of all nationalities, along with some shopkeepers and local workers.
The publication was called Continue reading
Following some consultation between the Garnethill Community and the Garnethill Bread Oven project, a community bread oven is being designed to be installed to the Garnethill Park over the summer. Continue reading
The next Garnethill Community Council meeting will be 7:30pm Tuesday 13th June in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street.
The draft agenda is:
1. – Apologies, and present
2 – Police report
3 – Minutes May 2017 – Matters arising
4 – Councillors reports
5 – Interim election
6 – Mail
7 – Planning / Licence applications
8 – Garnethill Park
9 – AOCB
10 – Date of next meeting Tuesday July 11th 2017
The Garnethill Digital Youth Mobilities project would like to extend an invitation to the Garnethill Community to come to their end of project celebration. The project’s participants will be presenting their work, there will be some activities and then a round-up about the research project by the researchers and artists — and participants if they are willing!
YOMO would also like to thank all those for their early interest in the project, and also for help in finding participants.
Please let them know if you’re able to come so they can organise catering.
“Over the past month and a half we’ve met for five sessions to discuss our digital lives, create art, share food and research the digital world. You are invited to come and see what we’ve made, what we’ve learnt, share some food and fun!”
Please see the poster and website for full details: