Campaigner and philanthropist Bill Mann has been presented with a CBE by Glasgow’s Lord Provost. The presentation was made at…
His journey started in September 2015 when he attended a disability sport event held on the Commonwealth Games greens at The Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre to identify new talent.
Colin’s brother served an outstanding 35-year career with the Royal Air Force but died, aged 54, after a battle with bowel cancer.
A budding artist who paints as a way of dealing with chronic pain has been given a helping hand by Glasgow North MP Patrick Grady.
Knightswood runner is hoping cutting-edge treatment can save enough of his sight to allow him to see his son’s face again.
The journalist and lecturer was a champion of young writers and helped many on to a career in the media.
Knightswood athlete was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition four years ago and faces losing his sight.
Seat was inspired by artist mother who loved knitting and creating giant wool figurines.
The return of the scheme follows a successful pilot project last year that attracted great response from the public.
Retired and semi-retired people are invited to see what the organisation has to offer at the Partick event next month.