Maryhill Housing

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Scary stuff… ”zombies” on the loose in Maryhill with local youngsters Residents' associations in Maryhill were supported by Maryhill Housing to host two spook-tacular Halloween events at the end of October.

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Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council joins Marilyn Clewes, chair, Queens Cross Housing Association; Roger Popplewell, chair, Maryhill Housing; John Fury, chair, ng homes as they sign the new Charter to Challenge Poverty Three housing associations which represent more than 12,500

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Families, politicians, Maryhill Housing staff and local police officers pay a visit to the allotments New “pop-up allotments” are proving a huge hit with people in Glasgow’s Ruchill following an initiative led by Maryhill Housing.

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Maryhill Housing has held its first ever ‘Healthy Working Lives’ event to learn about the benefits of a healthier workforce. Organised by the Association’s Human Resources department, the aim is to promote health and wellbeing in the workplace.

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Two Glasgow communities are in line for boost after a housing association announced a much-increased cash fund to keep them looking good. Maryhill Housing has more than doubled its Community Fund raising the money it hands out from £30,000 to £80,000.

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A new “mini multis” community garden and play park has been created with support from Maryhill Housing Association. The grand opening saw a bumper turnout of around 250 people turn out to mark the occasion which brings play facilities and a community garden to this part of Maryhill for the first

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Carol Bain, human resources manager at Maryhill Housing Association hands over the second cheque to Eleanor Brown of Ruchill Furniture Project A community organisation which helps people on low incomes obtain furniture has received a double cash boost from Maryhill Housing Association.

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