The 15-strong group, who meet once a month at their local library, have read more than 400 books.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the Glasgow Kelvin College and Scottish Canals was signed on board the Forth & Clyde Canal Society’s Voyager barge this week.
And so the Four Acres Charitable Trust that runs this famous West End institution has sought to bring back the good times.
A rolling closure will mean the roads are safe for the torchlight procession to walk but will limit any inconvenience to road users.
The Fair started as a coffee afternoon in 1961 and today is the troop’s main source of fundraising.
Among those attending were members of 130th Glasgow, based at Broomhill Hyndland Parish Church, and the 135th Glasgow who meet at Scotstoun Parish Church.
Once a small, dark and intimate restaurant, La Lanterna West is now brightly lit, white, pale grey and blue, with fixed booth seating and a clean and fresh appeal.
Woodlands Workspace officially opens its doors this week after a five-year campaign of lobbying and fundraising.
This year’s month-long festival starts on Sunday October 1 and includes over 40 events, many of which are free.
Friends of Victoria Park want to restore the pond and create a fernery more in keeping with the habitat.