In its first year, the venture has launched a Ninja school, girls only sessions, youth clubs and even a disability sport hub.
A little over 48 hours after posting, the clip has been viewed a staggering 1.5 million times – and the numbers clicking on the post are growing.
Spoon Café is once again serving wholesome homemade soups, sandwiches and snacks at Maryhill Burgh Halls.
The social landlord wants submissions by Thursday January 18 – so time is short!
The information session is open to all local residents and is being held at Maryhill Burgh Halls on Friday December 8.
Bank bosses say fewer people are using the branch, and services can be accessed at other branches.
The invitation is open to anyone in the West End who is able to get out and about and enjoys company and a bit of festive fun.
A number of options have been drawn up as a part of consultation document.
The West End Festival will donate a contribution from the sale of torches to the actor’s charity.
The vehicles were purchased and fully fitted out for St Andrew’s First Aid thanks to a £70,000 donation from the supermarket’s charitable foundation.