Jan29

Seeking ceramicists

Seeking Expressions of Interest! Govan Cross Townscape Heritage Initiative (GCTHI) wishes to commission a professional ceramicist to undertake our Community Ceramics Project. The project intent is twofold: to give local residents an opportunity to learn about the use of ceramics … Continued

Jan27

Win that next job with FREE training

Are you involved in repair or maintenance of traditional buildings? Are you looking to improve your or your company’s knowledge in this area? If so, Govan Cross Townscape Heritage Initiative is joining forces with leading traditional building skills experts the … Continued

Jan23

Have your say on FASTLINK

Do you wish to comment on the Fastlink route? This is your opportunity. The Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) for the Fastlink route from Finnieston Bridge to Whitefield Road and Whitefield Road to Elder Street have been published on the Glasgow … Continued

Jan14

Help improve the Clyde Tunnel

Do you use the pedestrian and cycle sections of the Clyde Tunnel? Do you have views or ideas about how the pedestrian/cycle tunnel could be improved? Have your say by clicking here and completing the online survey.   Published on … Continued

Dec12

Let’s Talk Shop – Exhibition

Visit the Glasgow Lighthouse Thursday 12th December to 22nd January to see Govan’s own “Let’s Talk Shop” Exhibition. During the Autumn Term 2013, Primary 7 pupils from schools across Central Govan participated in a series of creative learning workshops and … Continued

Oct10

Official Opening of Langlands Cycle Path

Official Opening of Langlands Cycle Path Elderpark Housing Association in collaboration with CGAP, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Housing Association and Landtrust is delighted to host the official reopening of the newly refurbished Langlands Cycle Path on Saturday 26 October 2013 … Continued

Oct10

Govan Book of Memories

icecream architecture launched the Govan Book of Memories project on Saturday 28 September at Govan Cross. The day was a great success. The team were welcomed by the local community as they shared their interesting stories and personal memories. The … Continued

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