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The YMCA Glasgow Wind Orchestra in Concert
Dennistoun New Parish Church 9 Armadale Street, Dennistoun G31 2UU
Friday 29th April @ 7.30pm
Entrance: £5 includes buffet supper
An enjoyable evening of music and food. The YMCA Glasgow Wind Orchestra performing a variety of types of music from big band to shows to popular music.
Dennistoun New Parish Church, YWO Glasgow, What's On

Saint Genevieve
354 Duke Street G31 1RB tel: 07557 020690
Newly opened women's clothing boutique where co-owners, Hannah and Joyce, offer their select choice from the best in independent fashion labels.
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The New Den Café
Dennistoun New Parish Church, 9 Armadale Street Dennistoun G31 2UU
Open every Thursday (11am-2pm)
Serves hot and cold snacks and meals, newspapers available to read, weekly specials, the food is not priced but is paid for via an honesty box so customers pay what they wish or can afford and the money goes towards the running of the café. Everyone is welcome including children.
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Spring Fayre
Dennistoun New Parish Church, 9 Armadale Street Dennistoun G31 2UU
Saturday 23rd April (11am-2pm)
With a cafe and stalls.
Entry 50p (under 10s free) All welcome.
Dennistoun New Parish Church

Human remains identified as Dennistoun man John Murphy
Police confirmed the human remains discovered at Mugdock Park, March 2016 are those of John Murphy who disappeared on his way to work, May 2015. His death is not being treated as suspicious. A crowdfunding page at JustGiving has been set up to help the Murphy family.
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Fire rips through roof at top floor flat in Aberfoyle Street
Emergency services attended a major fire on the top floor flat of a tenement in Aberfoyle Street Thursday 17th March 6.20am. A man was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.
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Two women attacked in seperate incidents in Dennistoun
The first attack happened in Onslow Drive on 26th February, the other took place in Westercraigs on the 1st March. A petition for Glasgow City Council to improve street lighting and add security measures to improve safety and to address the rise in criminal damage to parked cars was actioned by Sarah-May Philo. She was attacked and robbed of her possessions not far from her home in Westercraigs by a man that had followed her in a car.
Petitioning Glasgow City Council Light Up Glasgow, Evening Times, Forum

Jumble Sale
Saturday 30th April (10am - 2pm)
Gingerbread East End, 128 Armadale Street, Dennistoun
Breakfast rolls, tea, coffee, cakes and more! Come along and grab a bargain, whether you are looking for something to wear or something to watch you are sure to find it here!
Something to sell? Tables available, £10 each.
Contact Michelle on 0141 554 8600
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Reidvale Youth Hub Re-Launch Event

Reidvale Centre, Youth Wing, 13 Whitevale Street, Dennistoun
Thursday 10th March 2016 (6pm-9pm)
Everyone welcome to see what is planned for the re-development of services that meet the needs of local young people in the area. Prizes to win for those aged 12-21. See what they do and give them ideas on what you want to do. Reidvale Youth Project has been going since 2008 supporting and empowering young people in the East End of Glasgow.
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Pain Education for Chronic Pain Sufferers
If you have suffered pain for 12 weeks or more then Pain Concern may give you a better understanding of your condition and how to deal with it. 2 hour sessions are offered at various venues around Glasgow. For further information go to their Pain Education Sessions in Glasgow page on their website.
painconcern.org.uk

Westercraigs Nursery Fundraiser for Childrens New Resources

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Westercraigs Nursery School, c/o Whitehill Secondary, 280 Onslow Drive, Dennistoun
Friday 11th March 2016 (7.30pm - midnight)
£5 Entry to include light buffet, Raffle & Lucky Ticket Prize
Ask staff for tickets
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Glasgow Potato Day


Reidvale Neighbourhood Centre, 13 Whitevale St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G31 1QW, United Kingdom
28th February 2016 11am - 3pm
Over 50 varieties of seed potato available to purchase, onion, shallot, garlic, seed swap, workshops, gardening magazines swap, WaterAid Tattie Bash competition, childrens activites, Scottish Mask & Puppet Theatre. Enjoy a cuppa and home-baking, Join Glasgow Allotments Forum for a fun day, all welcome.
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Community Planting Day - Help To Create A Food Forest In Alexandra Park


Meet at Alexandra Park Sports Hub at the bowling green and golf club building.
Saturday 19th March 2016 10am - 3pm
Help plant over 60 fruit and nut trees in our local park for the benefit of local people and wildlife.
Book: clemintine@theurbanorchardproject.org
www.helpingbritainblossom.org.uk
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Bounce & Rhyme
Dennistoun Library & Learning Centre, 2 Craigpark, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G31 2NA
Monday @ 10.30am and Friday @ 1pm
For parents, carers and children 3 and under. Bounce and Rhyme provides a fun way for your child to develop through songs, rhymes and stories.
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Flood Risk Public Awareness Event
Glasgow City Council, Ground Floor Conference Room, 231 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RX
Wednesday 24th February 2016 (2pm-7pm)
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Comedy Night - Gingerbread Fundraising
20th February 2016 (7.30pm)
Gingerbread East End, 128 Armadale Street
Ticket: £5 booked by phoning 554 8600
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Man vs Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler
Drygate Brewing Co. 85 Drygate, Glasgow, G4 0UT
Wed 24 Feb (doors 19.45, film 20.30) Running time: 1h32m - £9.50
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Digi-PALS at Dennistoun Library

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Glasgow Libraries volunteer-led Digi-PALS programme could be the helping hand you need to learn how to print, text, shop online or search for a job.

With more vital services going online, lack of access and understanding of technology can create huge divides across our city. Glasgow Libraries are using their position at the heart of the community to create opportunities for citizens to engage with computer, smart phone and tablet basics.

Digi-PALS are stationed at 14 of the city's libraries with Dennistoun Library running a session every Tuesday from 10am - 1pm. Digi-PALS sessions can last from five minutes to an hour, depending on the type of query, with volunteers providing one to one support.

Councillor Archie Graham, Chair of Glasgow Life, said: "With more than 40% of Glaswegians still without access to the internet at home - that's over 115,000 households across the city - even the thought of turning a computer on or sending a text message can be a daunting prospect for many of our citizens.

"By providing a personalised drop-in service we can support all Glaswegians to engage with technology on their doorstep, whether they need help with using computers, want to do their banking online or simply need to print vital documentation.

In addition to the Digi-PALS programme, library users are able to access fast, free and secure PCs to complete routine and life-changing activities, from shopping online and printing boarding-passes to searching for jobs and applying for college.

To find out more about Digi-PALS, or are keen to find out more about what library computers can do for you, please call 0141 276 1785 or visit www.glasgowlife.org.uk/libraries

Community Drama Project
Dennistoun Library, 2 Craigpark Glasgow G31 2NA
11th February - 19th May Every Thursday (6pm - 7.45pm) for 15 weeks
Impact Arts is offering free drama classes for adults in Dennistoun. They are looking for people of all abilities to take part in a community drama project. You'll get to work with a creative writer and drama teacher to create a play which will be performed in Dennistoun in April 2016.
Contact Natalie McFadyen White 0141 575 3001 - email mail@impactarts.co.uk
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Afterschool Drama Classes
Dennistoun Library, 2 Craigpark Glasgow G31 2NA
11th February - 28th April Every Thursday (4pm - 5pm) for 12 weeks
Free for ages 8 - 12 to join Impact Arts for weekly afterschool drama classes in Dennistoun. Learn how to write and perform and take part in an exciting new play.
Contact Natalie McFadyen White 0141 575 3001 - email mail@impactarts.co.uk
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Woodcraft Folk New East End Group
Woodcraft is a place to meet friends and have fun, play games, make things and have outdoor adventure. A new group has started in the East End for ages 4 - 10 on Mondays 3.15 - 4.45pm. We meet at at Haghill Park Primary School and have our activities in Alexandra Park as much as we can.
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Dennistoun Community Council Meeting
Tuesday Feb 9th at 7pm
Haghill Park Primary School, 415 Cumbernauld Road, G31 3LS
You are warmly invited to attend your Community Council meeting. The main aim of Dennistoun Community Council is to ascertain, coordinate and express the views of the wider community. It seeks to promote the Dennistoun area as a positive, inclusive neighbourhood.
http://www.dennistouncc.org.uk

Laldy Comedy Night

Craigpark Masters, 164 Craigpark Dennistoun
6th Feb doors:7.30pm start:8.30pm £10 (18+)
Chris Conroy with Jamie Dalgleish, Ross Leslie and Robin Grainger. MC - Jay Lafferty
laldycomedy.com

139th Boys Brigade re-union Lunch
the company is hosting a buffet lunch at St Rollox Bowling Club on Wednesday 30th March on the occasion of 110 years since the company was formed, and would like to hear from any ex-members who would like to come along.
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Major road building project at east end of Duke Street
Council about to decide whether to proceed with new road connecting the roundabout by Asda at the Forge with the M8 junction to the north of Alexandra Park. Likely to cause some pretty major disruption for a couple of years if heading east out of Dennistoun. Notice it also goes across the allotments at Edinburgh Rd/Cumbernauld Road junction.
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Glasgow North East Community team seek residents views on Area Investment Plans
Area Partnerships have a budget of around £67000 to provide grants of between £500 - £5000 to local community and voluntary organisations. They are asking local people to identify the issues that affect them. To help them select the right priorities they are interested in your views and have an online survey that should take about 5 minutes to complete. The online survey will remain open until Friday, 29th January 2016:
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SN5SYG

A Day Out In Dennistoun Map

A Day Out In Dennistoun is a free map and guide created by Dennistoun Community Council, launched on the 30th January 2016 in Dennistoun Library, and available at Tibo, Florresters, Coias, Tapa, Whitehill St Laundrette, Dennistoun BBQ, The Duchess and other local shops, pubs and restaurants.

The A2 size fold out map and guide was designed by Dress for the Weather with points of interest information provided by community council members and local residents. Historic notes were provided by Dennistoun Conservation Society and Friends of Glasgow Necropolis and photographs were provided by Dennistoun Photographers. The contributions of all involved in the making of the map was done on a volunteer basis.

Funding for the project was provided by East Centre Area Partnership (GCC), Reidvale Housing Association and Milnbank Housing Association.

A Day Out In Dennistoun for visitors and residents is a great read for local history and culture and also provides suggestions for great places to visit, shop, eat and drink.

Get your free copy of "A Day Out In Dennistoun" now and enjoy your day out in Dennistoun!
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