News, Views & Information from the district of Dennistoun
and neighbouring areas in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland.
A local community singing group. Booking essential.
Kate in the Kettle
Steven Smith - former Whitehill pupil heads for Mount Everest Base Camp
(Steven, middle of the photo with black fleece and grey t shirt)
On Sept 15 2017 myself and a group of 14 other serving soldiers will depart Dublin Airport on the first leg of our journey towards Mount Everest Base Camp. The journey will be a long one, with a stop off in Abu Dhabi then on to Kathmandu where we will be staying in the British Gurkha Nepal Camp.
Blochairn Car Boot Sale Fire
Update: The Blochairn Car Boot Sale opens this Sunday the 17th September as noted on the City Property website. It was previously closed as a result of the fire that swept through the trade market in the early hours of Thursday 17th August 2017 where a large part of the property was closed off. The Blochairn Car Boot Sale is situated north of Dennistoun in the grounds of the Blochairn Fruit Market.
Frostbite Cheer & Dance
Citypark, The Fitness Group, Alexandra Parade, Dennistoun
Fun and friendly dance school with quality and professional training.
Pom, Hiphop, Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Highland Gymnastics. Recreational classes and successful competitive teams.
Thursdays - Competition teams and gymnastics
Fridays - Recreational dance classes, ballet grades and Highland
Contact - email@example.com
Saved By Robots 23 Hillfoot Street, G31 2LD
A creative digital agency based on Hillfoot Street in Glasgow. We build websites and create brands for companies.
Glasgow Doors Open Day
Bilson Eleven - Annfield Place
11-17th September 2017
An annual festival celebrating the city's architecture, culture and heritage offering a unique opportunity to visit some of Glasgow's more interesting and historical buildings. This year's event includes Bilson Eleven, a fine dining restaurant within one of the first townhouses to be built in Dennistoun and the Drygate Brewery, an industrial unit now producing craft beers. For bookings and further information visit glasgowdoorsopendaysfestival.co.uk
East End Woodcraft Folk
Monday evenings 18:00 to 19:30
We are a children's group, similar to Cubs or Brownies, currently for 4 - 10 year olds (though we'd like to expand the age range). In the summer we meet in Alexandra Park: in the winter we move to St Andrew's East church. For information about our group, see our Facebook pageEastend Woodcraft Folk. For enquiries, or to join, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07719490654
Alexandra Park Festival 2017
Saturday 29th July 2017 (12pm-4pm)
The annual summer festivities begins with a Carnival Procession from City Park to Alexandra Park main gates at 12 noon. A great day out with lots to do for all the family with live music, children activities, carnival drummers, community stalls, local market, and arts & crafts.
John Archie MacKenzie
Born Dennistoun September 1925, Died July 2017 age 91. John Archie MacKenzie played for Partick Thistle and Scotland. [Dennistoun Online]
New Digital Advertising Display on Parade
An electronic double sided advertising display is being installed at the corner of Alexandra Parade / Wishart Street. Installation includes improvement of the surrounding grassed area with a pedestrian footpath, trees and benches. [Wildstone Media Consulting]
Alexandra Parade Railway Station
The temporary red and white barrier running along Alexandra Parade at the pavement near the stairs to the station was damaged and has been replaced by a permanent one.
Ticket machines are now installed on both platforms of the station. Passengers disembarking at Queen Street station no longer have to join long queues to pay for a ticket to exit the turnstyles.
Nextbike will be expanding their bike hire scheme this autumn with a new base expected to be located at Alexandra Parade rail station and Duke Street rail station in September 2017. [Forum]
Scotrail - Alexandra Parade Station and Facilities
Cashback to the Future
A free summer programme organised by Impact Arts for 14-19 year olds starts 11th July 2017 to 4th August 2017. The workshops will be held at The Factory, 319 Craigpark Drive, Dennistoun and offers an excellent opportunity to work with professionals in a range of artforms. The programme is funded through the Scottish Government's Cashback for Communities programme which uses the proceeds of crime to back community projects. To find out more and download a sign-up form visit Impact Arts website. [Impact Arts]
Easyfix Electrical Services Ltd
599 Alexandra Parade Dennistoun G31 3DA
Easyfix Electrical Services undertake all domestic and commercial electrical work.
Gingerbread East End Out of School Care
Saturday 8th July 2017 @ 7.30pm
Tickets £5.00 Phone Michelle to book on 0141 554 8600 any day after 2pm.
All welcome, bring your own bottle. All proceeds will go towards the childrens Summer programme.
Tour of Glasgow Necropolis
Friday 26th May @ 6pm
Saturday 10th June @ 2.00pm
If you have never been round the Glasgow Necropolis you are missing out on a part of Glasgow's History.
The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis
Dennistoun Historic Guided Walk
Saturday 27th May 2017 @ 11am
Meet at the Post Office, Annfield Place, Dennistoun
The walk is led by Peter Douglas, Vice Convener, Dennistoun Conservation Society
Milnbank Housing Association Annual Gala Day
Saturday 27th May 2017 12noon-2pm
Ballindalloch Drive, Dennistoun
Family fun day.
General Election Hustings
Friday 2nd June 2017 @ 7pm
The Everlasting Arms Ministries, Whitehill Street, Dennistoun
Dennistoun Community Council are hosting a General Election Hustings. The General Election will be held on the 8th June and you will have the opportunity to hear your representatives for Glasgow North East answer questions on local issues before you cast your vote.
Dennistoun Community Council Ordinary Meeting
Tuesday 13th June 2017 @ 7pm
Milnbank Housing Association Community Flat, 1 Culloden Street, Dennistoun
Gingerbread East End Out of School Care
128 Armadale Street, Dennistoun G31 2TL
Spaces available for school age children requiring Holiday Care over the Summer and for the start of the next school term in August 2017. If interested please call Michelle on 0141 554 8600 between 2pm and 6pm.
Gingerbead Stand Up Comedy Night
Armadale Street, Dennistoun
Saturday 6th May 7.30pm
Stand up comedy night with up and coming stars. If you are interested please call Michelle after 3pm mon to fri on 554 8600 to book your ticket. All funds raised from ticket sales go towards summer program for children.
Dennistoun Diggers Community Garden
Sunday 14th May 2017 (12-2pm)
42-44 Circus Drive, Dennistoun
Dennistoun New Anniversary Concert
Friday 21st April 2017 @ 7.30pm
Tickets £5 at the door
To mark the 10th anniversary of the formation of Dennistoun New from the congregations of Dennistoun Blackfriars and Dennistoun Central uniting, the church presents a concert with the City of Glasgow Wind Orchestra and will finish the evening with a buffet supper. The Orchestra has around forty members and they play music from well known popular shows, popular classics and promises to be a foot tapping evening of great music. This is their third time performing at Dennistoun New and they are always well received. Everyone is welcome to come along and celebrate their anniversary with them.
Dennistoun New Parish Church, 9 Armadale Street, G31 2UU
Former Golfhill Primary School Site Development
A public consultation meeting on the proposed housing development by Barony Homes on the site of the B-listed building was held on Wednesday 5th April 2017 at Milnbank Community Hall. The draft plan for 145 units was presented by Jewitt & Wilkie Architects to invite feedback from interested parties within the local community.
A planning application will be submitted to Glasgow City Council planners in May and this final design will reflect the comments made in the period leading up to the submission. The proposal can be downloaded from the Dennistoun Community Council website.
The primary school has been lying empty for the past 10 years when Golfhill Primary and Westercraigs Nursery closed following a subsidance survey. Pupils from the primary school were transferred to accommodation at Whitehill Secondary School and the nursery children were transferred to Alexandra Parade Primary.
Easter Coffee Morning
Dennistoun New Parish Church, 9 Armadale Street
Saturday 8th April (11am-2pm)
We are having an Easter Coffee Morning this Saturday 8th April 11 am - 2 pm. We will be serving lunches, tea, coffee and other refreshments. There will be various stalls: home baking, Easter Themed Stall with Easter Eggs, Cards etc., Christian Book Stall, A Grand National Sweep Stake, Tombolla, Pin the Tale on the Donkey, Work out the Jig Saw and so much more. Everyone will be made welcome and there is no charge for entry. At Dennistoun New Parish Church, 9, Armadale Street.
Nim Thai Massage
451 Duke street, Glasgow G31 1RD
Open: Monday - Saturday (10am-8pm) tel: 07462063919
Welcome to Nim Thai Yoga Massage, a small piece of Thailand located at 451 Duke Street. Offer treatment: Thai traditional Massage, head and shoulder massage, Thai aromatherapy massage, Deep Tissue massage, Thai Foot massage. Call for booking.
Pilates with Gillian
Pilates with Gillian is a physiotherapy-led modified Pilates class instructed by Gillian O’Kane, a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist trained through the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute (APPI). Classes are at Citypark Fitness, Alexandra Parade on Saturday mornings 10-11am, are 1 hour long and run in 8 week blocks, bookable in advance.
Closure of The Royal Bank of Scotland Alexandra Parade Branch
Residents and local businesses that bank at the RBS on Alexandra Parade are receiving notification by post that their branch is closing on the 9th October 2017. This was due to more "customers choosing to use telephone, digital and mobile banking services than ever before". Customer accounts are being moved to their Parkhead branch at 1304 Duke Street.
Wasp Studios Craft Classes
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