Entries by Brian McGuire

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Lord Provost praises volunteers at start of National Volunteers Week celebrations

Glasgow’s Lord Provost pays tribute to those who volunteer in recognition of their vital work as part of National Volunteers Week celebrations. Lord Provost Philip Braat said: “I am delighted, this National Volunteers Week, to take the opportunity to personally thank everybody who volunteers. I know everyone across the city will agree, this unprecedented pandemic […]



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Sustrans Funding Boost to Support Physical Distancing Across Glasgow

Glasgow’s Space for Distancing initiative has been awarded £3.5 million from Sustrans Scotland to support physical distancing measures across the city and help to stifle the spread of COVID-19. Funded by the Scottish Government and administered by Sustrans, the ‘Spaces for People’ programme will provide additional space for physical distancing in public places for people to walk, […]

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Help us find Rocky

** Now in Glasgow** Just hopeing to find Rocky safe and in a loving home** I orginally rescued Rocky a 1 year old tri coloured border collie from a couple who was abusive to him for a good part of his life. I took him in to find a forever home for him. He is […]

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Mr Fabulous is struggling

Mr Fabulous was caught cutting some grass but who’s grass was he cutting? Where is he? In a public park? And why is he looking a bit on the heavy side? A source within his team said that at the beginning of lockdown Mr Fabulous wasn’t very motivated and had been eating crisps, snacks, chocolate, […]

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Mr Fabulous is struggling

Mr Fabulous was caught cutting some grass but who’s grass was he cutting? Where is he? In a public park? And why is he looking a bit on the heavy side? A source within his team said that at the beginning of lockdown Mr Fabulous wasn’t very motivated and had been eating crisps, snacks, chocolate, […]

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Scottish Book Trust launch online celebrations for Bookbug Week

Scottish Book Trust, the national charity changing lives through reading and writing, will host online celebrations this year for Bookbug Week​, which runs from Monday 18 May – Sunday 24 May. As the Bookbug programme has been running since 2010, the charity will mark the ten year milestone with #HappyBirthdayBookbug, encouraging families across Scotland to send […]

New measures for public physical distancing introduced in Glasgow

New measures to support physical distancing for people walking and cycling in Glasgow have been unveiled. Glasgow has been at the forefront of the push for temporary footpaths and cycle ways as a means to thwart the spread of coronavirus, which this week led to the Scottish Government announcing a £10m package of support for […]