The March meeting of Maryhill Kelvin Area Committee was happy to support the following bids from local groups.
£2050 to Wyndford Residents Association and Wyndford & District Community Council for ‘Wyndford World Cup Fun Day’ to take place in and around Maryhill Hub on Saturday 26th May 2012.
£1000 towards the Cadder Community Festival which will be held on Saturday 16th June 2012.
£1000 to Summerston Youth Forum towards a gala day on 30th June 2012 North West Women’s Centre.
£2000 for St Mary’s Primary School for new playground equipment.
£1,800 to John Paul Academy Parent Council for equipment for playground games event.
£2000 to John Paul Academy for equipment and clothing for pupils participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
£4647 to support the refurbishment of Cadder Community Centre, this follows on the successful bid for £28,000 approved at the Maryhill Kelvin and Canal Local Community Planning Partnership.
£539 for new IT equipment for The Disability Community project which aims to enhance the lives of disabled people within the local area by improving services and providing opportunities for personal and social fulfilment.
£250 to Gairbraid Women’s Church Guild towards the cost of Bus hire for a trip to Oban on 2nd June 2012 for approximately 33 people.
£195 agreed for bus trip by the North West Women’s Centre to the Scottish Parliament.
£600 to Greater Maryhill Outreach project for children’s musical instruments.
£450 to Wyndford & District Community Council towards purchase of laptop and printer.
£830 to Glasgow Repertory Company towards delivering a tour of the 2012 production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to communities in Glasgow. This proposal is specifically aimed at a performance in Botanic Gardens and one in the St Matthews Centre (Canal ward). These performances will be free at both venues and take place on 17th and 18th July 2012.