Welcome to the November issue of Your Community, Your Planet!
It's been an exceptionally dry Autumn - piles of crisp leaves everywhere - perfect for cycling, gardening and cleanups.
Our projects and services...
Join the Gardening Team: We are hosting a six week volunteer session at the Kingsway Court Community Gardens every Thursday until 1 December. Sessions run from 10am to 1pm and lunch will be provided.
St Paul's growing their own at Kingsway Garden: Pupils from St Paul’s Primary in Whiteinch recently popped back along to the Kingsway garden to harvest the vegetables they planted earlier in the year.
Workshop makeover: After the busiest ever summer our staff and volunteers dedicated a week to giving it a big makeover. We have had great feedback from the volunteers and customers and we celebrated with some tea and cake!
Green Gym: The West Glasgow Green Gym will be at the following areas each Wednesday
Scotstoun Clean Up:
- 23 Nov – Kelvin Walkway Kelvinbridge to Belmont St
- 30 Nov – Nature Trail, Jordanhill
- 7, 14 Dec - Yoker Allotments
Scotstoun Community Council are holding a Community clean up -
meeting point is Cafe Taste, 1515 Dumbarton Road, G14 9XQ on Sat 19 Nov at 10am
Petition to save the No 4/4A bus route:
over 3,000 people have signed the petition and there have been some recent updates posted on the petition online page
Road Safety Week 2016:
This year's Road Safety Week will focus on the six elements of the Brake Pledge
: Slow, Sober, Secure, Silent, Sharp and Sustainable
Petition to save Broomhill Avenue Greenspace:
This green space is under threat from development
and the Friends of Broomhill Avenue Greenspace have set up a petition.
Partick West Decides community budgeting event:
The Partick West Area Partnership are holding a second Community Budgeting event
on Fri 25 Nov.
People are encouraged to come along and help decide whioch projects will get funding.
Walkable Communities workshop:
Living Streets Scotland is hosting a free half-day workshop in Glasgow
on Thu 17 Nov at the Albany Centre.
Have you ever tried cycling with a tyre with holes in it
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