Chairman John Turner said the group had achieved many things and given a voice to businesses.
Looking fashionable doesn’t need to cost the earth, say event organisers.
Service users enjoy activities such as armchair bowls, dominos, bingo, yoga, quizzes, arts and crafts and outings.
The renovated whisky bond covers 30,000 square feet and brings cutting-edge sports facilities to locals, enthusiasts and national elite athletes.
The deck will be eight metres wide and provide enough space for use by pedestrians and cyclists.
Natalia Poniatowska first picked up a camera at the age of 13 years and went on to graduate from Fine Art Photography at The Glasgow School of Art in 2018.
Yardworks 2020 will see the event stretch beyond the main SWG3 complex for the very first time.
Josh Littlejohn told Glasgow West End Today his efforts would be concentrated on tackling homelessness in Scotland.
A public meeting has been called to garner local support.
The research project, which will run from 2020-2022, is being carried out by the Centre for Robert Burns Studies (CRBS), which has the world’s largest concentration of Burns experts.