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Songs of the Trades Christmas Carol Performance - 20th December

Featuring pupils from St Charles Primary led by Maeve Mackinnon.

A twenty-minute selection of Christmas carols in English and Gaelic by Primary 5 pupils led by Gaelic and Scots song specialist Maeve Mackinnon. Please come and join us - the event is free of charge. If weather permits the event will take place in the newly formed public space at the corner of Maryhill Road and Gairbraid Avenue and if the weather is bad it will be held in the Hall.

1.30pm on Thursday 20th December

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Free Canal Water Taxi for Doors Open Day on Saturday 15th September!

The Waterways Trust Scotland and Scottish Canals are delighted to be able to offer a free water taxi connecting the 2012 Doors Open Day venues with Canal Connections, and letting you cruise through North Glasgow in style!

Travel from The Whisky Bond at Speirs Locks, to visit the Mackintosh Church at Firhill, 
East Park near Ruchill, Maryhill Burgh Halls and Lambhill Stables - or back again!
Download PDF FlierFull details and timetables are in the attached flyer - the service is free, but seats are limited, so booking in advance is recommended.

Don’t miss this great free opportunity to learn more about the Forth & Clyde Canal, as well as the stories of the buildings and areas of Glasgow you will be passing through... See the canal the way it’s meant to be seen: from onboard a boat!

 

For more details, download the flyer, or to book your place on board, please contact Iain Currie of the Waterways Trust on 01324 677809, or by email to iain@waterwaystrust.org.uk

 

 

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Lord Provost officially opens Leisure Centre next to Maryhill Burgh Halls

Lord Provost Bob Winter unveiled a plaque to mark the official opening of the Glasgow Club Maryhill - a brand new leisure pool and indoor facilities on the site of the former Baths and Washhouses, next to the Maryhill Burgh Halls site. The centre is entered through a new courtyard created behind the retained facade of the former fire station, which will form a joint entrance with the Halls when they re-open in May 2011.

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New steelwork erected on site

The first consignment of steelwork for the new build portion of the Burgh Halls project arrived on site early this morning. The contractors have wasted no time, and already the first sections of it have been erected behind the retained facade of the former Police Station.
The majority of the steelwork will be erected by the middle of next week.

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