Here is the latest news from the City Centre Regeneration Team

NEW HIGH STREET AREA STRATEGY NEWSLETTER

NEW HIGH STREET AREA STRATEGY NEWSLETTER

The first edition of the High Street Area Strategy is now available – online and in various locations on the High Street/Saltmarket. The newsletter will be produced bi-annually and will prove updates on what’s going on on the street, what’s coming up and what you can get involved in. This month’s features include

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EAT, SLEEP, CLOTHES, MEET

EAT, SLEEP, CLOTHES, MEET

Like many other metropolitan cities throughout the world, Glasgow and some of its most vulnerable citizens face challenging times. Throughout the city, a range of services is available for those most in need. Individuals can receive a variety of support including; chaplaincy, education advice, outreach support, Healthcare provision meals, clothes…

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GLASGOW CITY MURAL TRAIL – ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

GLASGOW CITY MURAL TRAIL – ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

CSF Magazine has published a video and article about Glasgow’s Mural Trail. Written by Josh Carmichael, the article makes the point that when we travel to another country, we make a point of doing all the so-called ‘touristy’ stuff. We do this because when we travel, it is nice to see the things in another country…

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AUTISM FRIENDLY EVENTS AT GFT

AUTISM FRIENDLY EVENTS AT GFT

Glasgow Film Theatre provides an independent film programme for diverse audiences in Glasgow and Scotland, including specific audience development initiatives aimed at cultural diversity, disabled, D/deaf and hard of hearing audiences, and socially/economically disadvantaged audiences. Glasgow Film Theatre is the first cinema…

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CITY CENTRE DEFIBRILLATORS

CITY CENTRE DEFIBRILLATORS

For the health and safety of staff and visitors, Glasgow City Council have taken the decision to install fully automated external defibrillators within the city centre. This could be crucial in saving lives for those who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest. Without immediate action, the survival rate is strikingly low. In Scotland, only 1/20 people survive to leave hospital.

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