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What's On 15/12/14

Tea DanceNEW at the Glenburn Centre – The 50+ Club

The 50+ Club is on every Thursday at The Glenburn Centre from 10am – 2pm and everyone is welcome. Your first week will be free, but for £3.00 you’ll enjoy lunch and unlimited tea and coffee.

Lots of activities are on offer, ranging from Pool, Exercise and Dance to Art and Crafts and Karaoke. If you have ideas for other activities, why not bring them along and meet other people. The Glenburn Centre also has a learning centre, so if you fancy getting online, there is a friendly team on hand to support you with this.

Every Thursday
10am – 2pm

For further details
Please contact Andy on 0141 781 2277

The Glenburn Centre, 6 Glenburnie Place, Easthall, Glasgow G34 9AN


What's On 15/12/14

Tea DanceSanta’s Grotto & Christmas Fayre at The Glenburn Centre

Why not stop by to pick up a few last minute stocking fillers?
Items for sale on the day will include:
Glitter glass, hand crafted decorations & much more…

Saturday 20th December
12pm – 5pm

For further details
Please contact Andy on 0141 781 2277

 

The Glenburn Centre,
6 Glenburnie Place

Easthall
Glasgow
G34 9AN


North East Glasgow Pathfinder

What's On 12/12/14

Tea DanceChristmas Tea Dance

There will be a Christmas Tea Dance held at Glasgow Club Petershil.

Monday 15 December 2014
12 noon – 2pm

Glasgow Club Petershill
Price £3.40 / £2.40 concession

Tickets can be bought at the reception or contact:

Gemma Wood
Glasgow Life/Glasgow Sport

Phone: 07919 308 623
Ext: 56023


What's On 12/12/14

Hopscotch theatre presents Sleeping Beauty pantomime at Fuse 17 December 2014.

Come to Panto at Fuse

Hopscotch Theatre presents Sleeping Beauty at Fuse.

Wed 17 December, 5pm

Tickets: £1

More information

Fuse

 0141 7784477

  www.fuseonline.org.uk


What's On 20/11/14

New CoderDojo coding club

CoderDojo at Youth Access in the Bridge, Easterhouse.The Youth Access Programme is now supporting coding activities, linked to CoderDojo which is a global collaboration providing free coding clubs for young people.

The first CoderDojo within Glasgow Kelvin College will be:

Saturday 22 Nov, 12pm and 5pm, the Bridge, Easterhouse

 

All young people aged 12 - 17 years are welcome!.

Activities offered during CoderDojo sessions will include:

  • computer programming and coding;
  • game making; and
  • Gadgeteer

Please drop into the Bridge or alternatively contact slowe@glasgowkelvin.ac.uk for more information.


Voluntary Sector North East Glasgow(VSNEG)

We are now looking for nominations for positions in the new community planning structures.

In the North East they are six Area Partnerships;
Baillieston, Calton, Shettleston, North East, Springburn, East Centre. We are also seeking noinations for the Senior Officers Group and
Sector CPP.

 Nomination for positions in the local Area Planning Partnership.


News 17/10/14

Local writers contribute spinning tales to Headspace

All Write’ - The Easterhouse Writers’ Group have been busy putting together a creative contribution for the Headspace project and will participate in the ‘Gift-Giving’ event on the afternoon of Friday 24 October. 

 News: Local writers contribute..


What's On 7/10/14

Beauty students looking for male charity waxing volunteers

Male waxing for charityCalling all males.. Glasgow Kelvin College beauty department needs you!

Beauty Therapists, level 6, are holding a charity back and/or chest wax.

Are you brave enough ?

Where?

Beauty Salon Glasgow Kelvn College, Easterhouse Campus 1200 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9HZ Telephone: 0141 588 1545

Easterhouse Campus, Glasgow Kelvin CollegeWhen?

Tuesday 11 November 2014, 9.30 am – 3.00pm

Clients have the choice of either taking a sponsor sheet or paying a small donation on the day. All proceeds will be donated to Children's Hospice Association Scotland CHAS. CHAS Children's Hospice Association Scotland


What's On 7/10/14

Parkour classes in Barlanark Community Centre

ParkourParkour coaching classes provide a way to learn and train the movements, fitness and concepts behind the discipline of Parkour/Freerunning.

The classes are energetic, fun and creative and  students are encouraged to reach and surpass their physical and mental limits. Training focuses on improving core strength and fitness, balance, dynamism, spatial awareness, mental discipline and provide an understanding of the thought process behind practicing Parkour. 

Every Class has a thorough warm-up and cool-down process and a training tailored to the level of the students.

Fridays 6.30 -8pm, School age and up, Free of charge.

 

Barlanark Communit Centre, Barlanark Community Centre
33 Burnmouth Road Barlanark Glasgow G33 4RZ 
0141 773 1812


News 25/9/14

Ashleigh makes regional final

Ashleigh Burns,15 years of age and from Calton in the Eastend of Glasgow has made it to 2014 OpenMic Music Competition regional final.

She is in 4th year at St Mungo's Academy and a very keen keen singer/song writer and musician. Ever expanding her ambitions she this ear took up playing the piano and is currently finalising her own single.

Ashleigh Burns, singer.This year again she entered the OpenMic Music Competition and with a successful audition on Saturday 13th September 2014 she was delighted to be put through to the Glasgow Regional Final in the hope of reaching the Open Mic UK National Final.

 News: Ashleigh makes regional final


News 2/9/14

Wee Dig Provan Hall

Wee Dig Provan HallWee Dig Provan Hall is a pilot community archaeology project exploring the archaeology and history of Provan Hall. The Wee Dig archaeological investigation will run from the 16th-21st of September and there will lots of other events and activities involving local volunteers and members of the public visiting Provan Hall.

 Wee Dig Provan Hall


News 1/9/14

Smart Communities - Volunteering Opportunities

Smart Communitites is a digital inclusion project that provides local people with access to computers, Internet, training and printing equipment in community facilities, creating real opportunities to get involved in various digital projects, increase community capacity and engagement.

Cranhill Learning CentreAs a volunteer you would gain valuble experience in working with people and supporting them.

 Smart communities - Volunteering opportunities

 


News 4/8/14

'Oot of Your Suitcase' at Barlanark Community Centre

Barlanark memoriesOn 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!

  News: Oot of Your Suitcase' at Barlanark.

 

 


News 15/7/14

Oasis Youth Cafe ...

 

Come hang out with friends, have fun, play pool, Game and meet new people

  More information: Oasis Youth Cafe poster...

 

 


News 08/7/14

North Glasgow Skiffle Orchestra New Music Project - North Glasgow Skiffle Orchestra

 

 

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

http://www.depotarts.co.uk/contact/

 

  North Glasgow Skiffle Orchestra..

 

 



News 2/8/14

Three Little Pigs affordable panto at the Platform, Easterhouse, Christmas 2014Planning 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“.

 News: Planning for a panto..

 

 

 

 

 



The North East Learning Programme is a Glasgow East Learning Network service. The Learning Network is supported by Glasgow City Council Community Planning Partnership, Glasgow Kelvin College (Scottish Charity No. SC021207) and the Wheatley Group.

vaf-logos_02.pngEquality Fund - applications now welcome!

Applications will be accepted from voluntary organisations that are registered as charities with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) or which are working towards incorporation.

The funder is particularly keen to hear from third sector groups who are underrepresented.

Voluntary Action Fund, Equality fund

Closing date: Friday 5 December.



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 Carmyle Green Gym

Carmyle Green GymGet fit and healthy doing gardening and grounds work.

 

 Wheatley Pledge
Job Opportunities

Job opportunities, supported by the Wheatley Group, to help people who live in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.

Wheatley Pledge

  Oasis at Wallacewell

New community centre in Wallacewell with a learning centre and lots of activities.

Oasis at Wallacewell



What's on for
young people

 

 Belgrayhill Community Centre

Active East

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.

 Active East


Glasgow 2014

Information for the local community in North East Glasgow about the Commonwealth Games in 2014

 Glasgow 2014


Glasgow North East Strategic Youth Alliance

GNESYA

Information from agencies supporting young people in the north east of Glasgow.

 GNESYA


H4U

Providing support to youth organisations for developing youth health improvement.

  H4U

Glasgow East Learning Network



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