North East Glasgow Pathfinder
What's On 21/8/14
Tuesdays Wednesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm
Wednesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm
Fuse, 1567-1573 Shettleston Road
Shettleston, Glasgow, G32 9AS
Programmes for senior. For more information please contact Denize McBride on phone: 0141 778 4477
What's On 14/8/14
Gala Day at Oasis in Wallacewell
All welcome for a Gala Day at Oasis in Wallacewell. Ther wll be lots of things to do for all in the family..
Saturday 6 September, 12 - 4pm
Oasis at Wallacewell
57 Northgate Road,
Glasgow, G21 3QT
0141 558 4466
'Oot of Your Suitcase' at Barlanark Community Centre
On 28 June visitors to Oot of Your Suitcase at Barlanark Community Centre witnessed the incredible variety of what can happen oot of a suitcase!
Families got stuck in creating their own backpacks out of a recycled tent with Sarah from Blackdog Textiles and made some fabulous drawings of 'Animal Legends of Barlanark' for our pet map of the area, which is apparently populated by pink snakes and a few lions among other more conventional pets!
Come hang out with friends, have fun, play pool, Game and meet new people
Grand opening of Shettleston's new community led heritage trail
A Shettleston’s new heritage trail ‘Walking Back to the Future’ is opening just before the Commonwealth Games come to Glasgow. The project partners Fuse Youth Café, Shettleston Housing Association and the Shettleston History Project invite you to attend the opening event. It takes place at
on Tuesday 22nd July at 1pm, hosted at Fuse, 1567 Shettleston Road
Marie Curie Cancer Care is looking to form a new Fundraising Group in your area.
Susan Cuthbert, Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie would like to invite supporters from Stepps, Baillieston, Bargeddie, Shettleston, Chryston, Moodiesburn and other surrounding areas to an information evening about the new Glasgow East Fundraising group on:
Thursday 7th August at The Hub, 49 Wellhouse Cresent, Glasgow, G33 4LA.
Starting this August, NGSO are looking for young people ages 14-20 to take part in our upcoming project! If you know of young people who’d like to take part, please contact Depot Arts
Impact Arts are proud to introduce a new 8 week Creative Pathways program starting this summer! Are you 16-17 and looking for an exciting opportunity? Would you like to work in the creative industries? Join us and be part of a creative team to produce a memorable event!
Try a taster session on: Tuesday 22nd July 2pm – 4pm 319
Craigpark Drive, Glasgow, G31 2TB
Thursday 31st July 2pm - 4pm
The new computer learning centre at the Maryhill Hub in Glasgow is the latest ‘Click & Connect’ facility to open thanks to a partnership between Wheatley Group and Glasgow Kelvin College.
Oot of your suitcase - FREE creative market event
All kinds of weird and wonderful things to buy, look at, or experience, all oot of suitcases! Come along and have a rummage, blether, nibble & scribble!
Barlanark Community Centre,
33 Burnmouth Road, Glasgow G33 4RZ.
- free arts activities
- glitter tattoos
- 1950s photo booth
- community crochet
- performances of The Pokey Hat by Grinagog, oot of an ice-cream van!
Volunteers celebrating Tollcross Housing Association's 40th
An event to thank volunteers was held on 30th May 2014 at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre. This was part in celebrating Tollcross Housing Association's 40th Anniversary and the start of National Volunteer Week.
Get together over a Strawberry Tea
This summer catch up with family, friends or colleagues over a Strawberry Tea – it’s so simple and a perfect excuse for a get together. Just keep the tea flowing, add some strawberries and cakes and ask your guests for a donation. And whether you raise £20 or £200 every penny counts and your support will help women facing breast cancer today.
“I was diagnosed at the age of 29 and had questions that no-one seemed able to answer. There weren’t many cases of younger women being diagnosed in my area, so I found the information from Breast Cancer Care invaluable. I discovered I wasn’t the only person with these fears and they were actually quite normal.”
For further information please contact Hannah on 0141 353 8333 or sign up online at www.breastcancercare.org.uk/teaparty6
Walking back to the future - Shettleston Heritage Trail
With around three months to go until Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the community of Shettleston in Glasgow’s East End have been busy creating a heritage trail, named ‘Walking Back to the Future’, in order to provide an activity for city visitors during the games. A leaflet and a mobile app will be produced, to guide people round the trail.
What's On 9/4/2014
The Play Cafe
For parents, carers, grandparents, aunties, uncles and their children aged 0-4yrs.
Wednesdays 10.30am - 12.30pm, The Bridge Cafe, Easterhouse.
- Come along to the Bridge Cafe Bar and join us for fresh tea, or coffee and a tasty treat.
- Creativity activity including arts, crafts,storytelling, dance, music..
- Delicious and healthy lunch afterwards
Booking and more information
Call Box office: 0141 2769696 or drop into the Bridge Cafe Bar.
Advance booking is recommended.
What's On 8/4/2014
New activity/day service for adults with learning disabilities and other support needs, based in the East Glasgow.
We are currently offering services one day a week, which people can attend for the whole day, or drop in for individual activities throughout the day.
Thursdays 10am till 3.00pm at the Hub, HubsSports, Innerzone and the Allotments.
Celebration for ground-breaking youth initiative
Following presentation of the prestigious Beacon Award for its innovative Youth Access programme in North East Glasgow, Glasgow Kelvin College hosted a seminar event in Easterhouse focusing on the importance of a partnership approach in delivering this highly successful initiative. Guest speakers outlined best practice in how to widen access and support young people to re-engage with learning. The Award itself was presented by David Forrester, Trustee of the Association of Colleges Charitable Trust.
Glasgow Kelvin College youth workers are pictured here with some of the seminar’s key speakers and the Beacon Award certificate.
Planning for a panto visit this Christmas?
The three little pigs will blow down the house this Christmas at Platform, from as little as £4 per ticket.
We know money is tight and you need to spend every penny wisely, so let Platform help you save money this year on your Christmas outing. Memories are still fresh from last year’s festive success with audiences saying it was ”the best show I have ever seen” and ”a family favorite we want to come back and see again“.
Job opportunities, supported by the Wheatley Group, to help people who live in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
New community centre in Wallacewell with a learning centre and lots of activities.
We are looking for volunteers to cover Macmillans service in Easterhouse Library on a Friday. We will also soon be opening a new service in Barmulloch Library and are looking for volunteers for this service as well.
Find out more:
What's on for
Active East is an exciting programme which aims to increase levels of physical activity through a small grants programme, and building skills through a volunteering programme.
Information for the local community in North East Glasgow about the Commonwealth Games in 2014
Information from agencies supporting young people in the north east of Glasgow.
Providing support to youth organisations for developing youth health improvement.