A charity in Pollokshields that is fulfilling the growing needs of diverse Arab women and their families in Scotland and in the southside of Glasgow, specifically. This is stimulated by the members desire and commitment to play a role in the society and fulfill their active participation in multicultural Scotland in a safe welcoming environment in order to gain new skills, and integrate with others.
Founded in 2013, Southside Fringe festival perpetually provides a prime platform for performers, musicians, authors, artists and venues.
Glasgow Connected Arts Network is the cultural hub for the advancement of Participatory Arts in the City.
This list will be updated regularly as restrictions ease & services continue to change & adapt. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit an update or entry. Advice and Advocacy Southseeds Southseeds are now offering some face-to-face appointments for energy advice. To find out more about this service, and other activities, check the South Seeds website. […]
Amina MWRC are working together with the Daisy Project and North East Glasgow Framework for Dialogue to deliver toys to children celebrating Eid in difficult circumstances. For children whose parents are living in refuge, recently arrived in the country, or who have fled challenging situations, they may not have the opportunity to celebrate the holiday […]