Thenue Housing is continuing to support its communities during the coronavirus emergency thanks to funding from the National Lottery. Thenue staff at a Choices for Change awards ceremony held in Cranhill prior to the health emergency
McTaggart Construction has handed over a cheque for £3,500 to extend the WiFi at Wyndford Hub in Maryhill and purchase more tablet computers. A Click & Connect free computer learning centre at the Hub – funded by Wheatley Group and Glasgow Kelvin College – helps 30-40 people per day access
Cruden Building director Gordon Lee and Wendy Kilshaw who has just completed the latest Learning Works course Opportunities for jobless people to learn new skills have been given a £5,000 boost from generous construction firm Cruden Building.