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Thank You to local businesses and organisations for your support to the North Glasgow community
As we head into the festive season, businesses and organisations have been working hard to make it a happy one for the community. There are so many wonderful people and organisations out there and we would like to say a BIG community Thank You to you all.
McDermott Group and M-Four bringing festive cheer to North Glasgow residents
This week, Christmas came early to Springburn in Glasgow, as the McDermott Group and M-Four presented over 100 gifts to the children and residents at ng homes’ Balgrayhill Multi-Storey Flats.
Opportunities for 16-26 year olds across Glasgow on a 6 month funded programme
Remade Network and our community partners ng homes, Cranhill Development Trust, Parkhead Housing Association and DRC Employability are searching for 20 IT trainees (FTE) to participate in a vocational training programme at Remade’s new Repair Academysupported by the UK Government Community Renewal Fund.
Trainees will work with Remade Network and their partner organisation to support the de
Heating our homes, reducing bills, creating new jobs - and saving the planet
By Jacqueline McLaren
Councillor for the Canal Ward
This week I had the privilege to attend a COP26 event here in the North of Glasgow, organised by our very own ng homes.
The visit was to see first-hand a newly installed District Heating System that ng homes have installed for their tenants in two tower blocks on Balgrayhill Road.
ng homes have housing stock across the North
Furniture donation made to North Glasgow primary school
ng homes partnered up with SHARE to assist with a donation of furniture to Saracen Primary School in North Glasgow.
John Devine appointed as ng homes’ new CEO as Robert Tamburrini retires
Following the recent recruitment process John Devine, former Deputy CEO (Regeneration) at ng homes, will take on the role of CEO in September 2021 as Robert Tamburrini retires after 28 years of service.
The Scottish Parliament’s Participation and Communities Team (PACT) are looking to inform the work of Committees between 2021 and 2026
PACT want to hear your views on the topics the Scottish Parliament should prioritise as Committees start working in Session 6.
Cut broadband bills in half with BT
4.6m households could take advantage of the ‘social tariff’ with BT and cut broadband bills in half
Take part in shaping the Tenant Participation Strategy
We are delighted to bring you this new updated Tenant Participation Strategy. We want our customers to be involved in designing the services they receive so that we create and deliver services that meet their needs, and our performance continually improves.
Glasgow Lord Provost thanks businesses and volunteers supporting North Glasgow community during pandemic
Glasgow Lord Provost, Philip Braat, recently visited North Glasgow to meet with some amazing businesses, groups and volunteers to say ‘Thank You’ for supporting the community throughout the pandemic.
Multi-Storey Flats to benefit from highly efficient new heating system
Tenants in 6 of the Association’s Multi-Storey blocks in Springburn will soon benefit from a new heating system which will be more environmentally friendly, energy efficient and more cost effective. This project is partially being funded by the Scottish Government and Energy Savings Trust, and the contractor carrying out the works is Easy Heat Systems Ltd. We are replacing the existing heating
Barclays support North Glasgow through the Pandemic
Barclays give a welcomed boost to North Glasgow with a funding award of £100,000 to support the community through the pandemic.
ng homes were chosen by a selection committee from Barclays for the meaningful work they are doing in supporting the immediate needs of people in communities, including low income families, those facing financial hardship, isolated elderly people and key workers.
Remember remember... Safety first this 5th November!
Make safety a priority this Bonfire Night. There are no authorised Bonfire night events on across the city, due to the current government Covid-19 restrictions, but we want to highlight that the safety of our local community and front-line emergency services staff remains paramount this 5th November.
Glasgow City Council (GCC), Police Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue are working together,
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service publish firework and bonfire safety advice
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) have published firework safety advice to keep you safe ahead of bonfire night on 5th November. With many organised public events cancelled due to Covid-19, people may be considering hosting their own fireworks display. SFRS have urged the public to follow the Government's advice, guidance and to follow social distancing. SFRS have published a fireworks code
Fire safety quiz helping you to stay safe at home
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) have launched a new fire safety quiz online to help you stay safe at home.
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival
ng homes wishes you and your families the very best for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The Full Moon Festival has the meaning of family union and friendship among people. Over the last 5 years we have been very happy to share the Festival celebrations with you in North Glasgow.
Everything is very different this year, however it is still a good time to reflect on the importance of family and frien
North Glasgow community welcome an afternoon tea treat
ng homes have teamed up with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), Police Scotland and local community organisations to provide and deliver afternoon teas to elderly residents and those who are shielding in the North Glasgow community.
Kind Glasgow woman donates handmade facemasks to Angels of the North
In North Glasgow we have an incredible group of volunteers who are supporting their local community. Working alongside ng homes, these ‘angels’ have been providing food parcels, preparing and delivering hot meals, helping uplift prescriptions and a whole lot more! When Briege, a young Glasgow woman, heard about this she wanted to help and got in touch with Margaret Fraser, Head of Regeneration at