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FROGGS Inaugural AGM 2017

The very first Annual General Meeting of Friends of Garnethill Green Spaces (FROGGS) will take place 7pm Thursday 5th October in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street. FROGGS are a group of people living, working or studying in Garnethill who are … Continue reading

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Garnethill Community Council – September 2017

The next meeting will take place 7:30pm Tuesday 12th September in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre — take a look at our

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Chookie Burdies watch over Garnethill

You may have wandered the streets of Garnethill for many a journey and yet not noticed the avian adornments atop many of the lampposts and lights attached to buildings. Back in 1993 the Glasgow Development Agency together with Strathclyde Regional … Continue reading

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Garnethill Community Council – August 2017

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

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Time for Tenement House – Summer 2017

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 … Continue reading

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Garnethill Community Council – July 2017

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 … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Garnethill Cookbook

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 … Continue reading

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