Entries by Brian McGuire

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Beauty / Health & Wellbeing Space to Let – Killearn

Beauty / Health & Wellbeing Space to Let – Killearn (next door to the Pharmacy) – Available October 2019 Three single well-presented individual consulting rooms to let (might be let separately or as a whole). Great opportunity for Dentists, Opticians, Physio, Beauty Therapists complimenting the local Health Centre. Call 0141 843 4211 to get more […]



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BCAh Medalist Suzanne Fernando MBE was invited to attend a Special Recognition and Formal Presentation at the Palace of Westminster in London

As a BCAh Medalist Suzanne Fernando MBE was invited to attend a Special Recognition and Formal Presentation at the Palace of Westminster in London.  She was awarded and honoured the BCA for services to Military Veterans, Autism and Cervical Cancer where she received a specially struck medal of recognition inscribed with the words ‘For the […]

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LIFE-SAVING FUND OPENS FOR BIDS

£1 million fund for rescue boats and equipment opens for applications Now in its sixth year, the fund has already paid for thousands of items of rescue equipment Launch comes as part of the UK’s first Maritime Safety Week. Lifeboat charities across the UK can now bid for Government cash for life-saving equipment. Maritime Minister […]

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£1.5m Extra Investment to Help Glasgow’s Carers

Carers who look after loved ones in Glasgow will receive greater support due to £1.5million in extra investment. The city’s Health & Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) is to bring in additional staff to help young people and adults who look after relatives. It follows a consultation with carers about the pressures they face in their […]

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GLASGOW MAKES FIRST OF THOUSANDS OF EQUAL PAY SETTLEMENTS FOLLOWING FUNDING DEAL

PAYMENTS to Glasgow’s thousands of equal pay claimants have begun, it was confirmed today. Council leader Susan Aitken told this morning’s City Administration Committee that the first settlements were paid on Wednesday – with cash expected to reach workers today and tomorrow. The update came as members heard the council had concluded the first of […]

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Council approves £4.2million funding to make Glasgow homes energy-efficient

Glasgow City Council today (27 June) approved funding of almost £4.2million towards making homes in the city more energy-efficient.  The funding is expected to deliver insulation measures to 776 households in the owner-occupier and private landlord owned sectors. The Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland: Area Based Schemes (HEEPS: ABS) was introduced in 2013, […]

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Glasgow celebrates Armed Forces Day on Saturday

Glasgow’s Lord Provost Eva Bolander, in her role as Lord Lieutenant, will lead the city’s Armed Forces Day celebrations in George Square on Saturday 29 June. The Lord Lieutenant will take the Salute at the march past the Cenotaph just after 11 am joined by senior military including Commander John Cunane, HMS Dalriada, Colonel Sandy […]

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Innovative project to transform vacant shop units into temporary creative spaces on Glasgow’s Historic High Street and Saltmarket

A new project, which will see 11 vacant shop units on Glasgow’s historic High Street and Saltmarket transformed into interim / temporary spaces – most of which are for the creative industries – was launched today.   This Meanwhile Space project aims to both increase the vitality of areas by increasing footfall and support new […]

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Glasgow’s Early Learning & Childcare expansion plans – flexible rental policy agreed

Early learning and childcare across the city received another boost this week when Councillors at the City Administration Committee agreed a flexible rental policy that will see private, social enterprise or third sector nursery providers benefit from the national expansion plans for families. Glasgow is on track to deliver the national 1140 hours fully funded […]