Govan through the Social Lens 2019 

Govan through the Social Lens 2019.

Reframing the lens through PhotoVoice

A project with residents in Govan, Glasgow challenging social inequality and capturing how poverty impacts upon their lives and their hopes for the future.

Exhibition and Open Night Question & Answer Session

“A very thought provoking project not to be missed”     Issie Wilson.

“Eye for detail tone and images are fantastic”     Deborah Wark.

Exhibition starts Monday 18th March until 3rd May 2019
Glasgow Kelvin College East End Campus, Haghill Road, Glasgow G31 3SR

Spend time outdoors, stay active, meet new people

Open night and Q&A with the makers of the Project will be held on:
Thursday 25th April 2019 between 5.00 - 7.00pm

 

For more information contact:
James Holloway: jamesholloway71@gmail.com     Frankie Frankgate: frankfrankgate@gmail.com

 

Thursday, April 18, 2019 9:40:00 AM

Community Garden Volunteer Sessions 2019 

Community Garden Volunteer Sessions 2019

Come and Learn How to Grow Food

Greenheart Growers

Community Garden Volunteer Sessions

@ Parkhead Community Garden

Spend time outdoors, stay active, meet new people

Community Food Events

Thursday 4pm - 6pm

Every Second Saturday (2nd and 4th Satudays of the month) 11am - 1pm

Parkhead community garden next to parkhead library

For further information contact: Max Johnson

Mobile: 07495418080 facebook: facebook.com/greenheartgrowers

 

 

 

Tuesday, April 09, 2019 2:51:00 PM

Families Outside Peer Support Group Thursday 25th April 2019 

Families Outside Peer Support Group

Do you have a family member in prison?

Families Outside Peer Support Group gives Children & Young People the chance to come together to support each other.

Thursday 25th April 2019 @ 5.30pm - 7.30pm

VOX Liminus, The Music Shop, 217 Gallowgate, Glasgow, G1 5DX

 

 

 

For further information contact: Tracey Burns, Group Work & Peer Support Manager;

Mobile: 07384 469640 Email: tracey.burns@familiesoutside.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, April 09, 2019 1:12:00 PM

Choices for Change course starting on the 5th February 

Choices for Change course 3 We are currently recruiting for our third Choices for Change course, due to start on 5th February. Further information is below and in flyer attached. Please share this within your network and get in touch if you would like further information or to refer someone.

Choices for Change is a new, lottery-funded, 10 week personal development course which aims to improve participant’s confidence and self-esteem, as well as giving access to learning opportunities (IT, personal development and REHIS certificates through Glasgow Kelvin College) and some fun, informal activities to promote general health and wellbeing, such as energy advice, stress management and visits to local places of interest.

The course starts on Tuesday 5th February 2019, and runs for 10 weeks, over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

There will be a break for Easter, which means the course will finish on Thursday 25th April. Attendance will not affect participants’ benefits and we have limited childcare places available for participants with young children.

There are no geographical or age restrictions (other than over 18s), the venue for this course is the Reidvale Centre, 13 Whitevale Street,  G31 1QW.

If you have anyone you would like to refer onto the course, or would like more information, please contact me using the details below.

Shay Young | Project Coordinator
Thenue Housing

phone                0141 550 9575
mobile               07919 304 108
email                 shayron.young@thenuehousing.co.uk
address             423 London Road, Glasgow, G40 1AG

 

 

Tuesday, January 08, 2019 2:09:00 AM

Time for a Change Something New for You Starting 5TH Feburary 2019 

Combined Job Description and Supporting Information Rosemount Lifelong Learning  are looking to deliver ‘Time for a Change’ our personal development and pre-employability skills programmes.  The content of the course will include certificated training, goal setting, digital skills and employability skills activities. The  ‘Time for a change’ programme will be delivered over an 8 week period and will allow participants the opportunity to increase their confidence, identify their strengths and achieve recognised qualifications  .

The course is due to start on Tuesday 5th of February ,  three days per week and attendance is from 9 – 12. am ( on 3 days of the certificated training participants will be asked to attend a full day)  the course will be completed on Thursday 28rd of March  2019

Programme will be delivered at Rosemount Lifelong Learning ,102 Royston Road ,G21 2NU

If you are currently working with anyone that you think may benefit from taking part in this course  please complete the attached referral form and return it to denise.mckay@rosemount.ac.uk  we will then  arrange an informal interview/chat with your client and keep you informed of progress of the referral .

   • Referral form attached.

   • The course is free.

   • Weekly lunch allowance paid

Programme content  

  • H+S certificate
  • Food and Hygiene certificate
  • First Aid certificate
  • Effective thinking skills
  • Basic IT
  • CV building
  • Financial awareness
  • and much more ….

*We would anticipate travel costs being met by the referrer*.

If you require any further information please contact me or Denise  on 0141 553 0808

*places limited to 12 people .

 

Monday, January 07, 2019 1:20:00 AM