Pete is active with the Friends of the River Kelvin (FoRK), and hopes to use his photos and new photobook ‘Life on The River Kelvin’, to promote their work.
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.
Councillor David McDonald, depute leader of Glasgow City Council, says the new venue will be open to the community.
The evening promises a selection of First World War writing from Scottish authors and poets in the stunning chapel.
Up until recently Chris was selling trainers in a shoe shop and that cutting sandwiches in Subway.
Property consultants say they have tried to find other retailers to move in but to no avail.
A new war memorial garden has been unveiled by the custodians of the former Dowanhill Church – now Cottiers theatre…
Vinicombe Street will once again host a market and live musical performances from local bands and rock choirs.
John Winfield and John Grierson respond to an open letter written by Jim McIntyre, managing director of Cala Homes (West), last week.