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ng homes has a vision to make North Glasgow a great place for living, learning, working, visiting and investing.  The ng legacy series contributes to this overall vision through the delivery of diverse and innovative programmes that are engaging educating, inspiring and empowering for all the community in North Glasgow.

 

The ng legacy series is dedicated to providing an inclusive and accessible programme of activities which will promote the culture, educational and economic well-being of the people in North Glasgow by encouraging local participation in community activities.

 

By engaging and involving local people to identify activities that will allow them to become actively involved in their community, we aim to ensure that they can all share the benefits of the programme.

 

If you would like to find out more information about the ng legacy series e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call  0141 630 4264.

 

All the activities within this programme have been recognised by Glasgow City Council as contributing to the Glasgow Legacy Plan for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, in leaving a lasting legacy for the city in the run up to Glasgow 2014 and beyond.

 

If you would like to find out more information about Glasgow’s Legacy click here.

 

If you would like to find out more information about the Commonwealth Games held in Glaasgow in 2014 click here.

 

Over the years many local people have accessed free training courses provided by ng homes. The latest opportunities are listed below:

 

 

Activate – Contact Margaret Layden via email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Other learning in North Glasgow...

 

Learning Communities within the North East Area of the City

Glasgow Kelvin College

On this page you can click on links to find out more about North Glasgow’s famous past as well as useful community information.

 

North Glasgow

Healthy North Glasgow

Scottish Association for Mental Health - Housing Support

People Make Glasgow - North Glasgow

North Glasgow Community Food Initiative

Glasgow Doors Open Day - North Glasgow

 

 

Springburn

Wikipedia

Evening Times

Police Scotland

Springburn Virtual Museum

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Glasgow's Learning - Springburn

Glasgow Kelvin College

Springburn Parkrun

Springburn Library

Glasgow Club - Springburn Pool

Springburn Parish Church

 

Springburn Academy

Springburn Harriers

Springburn Assemblies of God

Member of Scottish Parliament

Salvation Army - Springburn

Springburn Park

Springburn Winter Gardens Facebook

Springburn Community Council Facebook

Tron St Mary's Church Facebook

 

Balornock

Wikipedia

Evening Times - Balornock

Beatroute Arts

St Martha's Primary School

Balornock Primary School

Immaculate Heart Chapel

 

Possilpark

Possobilities

Wikipedia - Possilpark

Evening Times - Possilpark

Possilpark Library

Spirit of Ruchill and Possilpark

Possilpark Stepping Stones for Families

Young People's Futures

Possilpark Parish Church Facebook

St-Teresa-of-Lisieux-Possilpark Facebook

Saracen Primary School Facebook

St Teresa's Primary School Facebook

 

Parkhouse

Parkhouse Community Council

Trinity Possil & Henry Drummond Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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