Bryony Willett Maryhill Housing has announced the appointment of its new chief executive.
Lorain receives her award from Thistle managing director Ian Maxwell The vice chair of Maryhill Housing has been honoured by Partick Thistle Football Club.
Lynn Wassell Three major Glasgow housing associations have called for a change of heart after plans were announced to close Maryhill Job Centre.
Vicki Laing (far right) from Maryhill Housing Association with local residents Senior citizens in Ruchill, Glasgow got the perfect early Christmas present this week with a fabulous festive lunch thanks to Maryhill Housing Association.
Lynn Wassell The Clyde Valley Group has appointed current Maryhill Housing Association chief executive Lynn Wassell as its new chief executive.
Frank McAveety Over £5 million is to be allocated to three affordable warmth and energy efficiency programmes in Glasgow, councillors have been told.
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.
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
Youngsters from St Cuthbert’s at the pop up allotments Learning about nature was one of the lessons for youngsters from St Cuthbert’s Primary School as they paid a visit to Ruchill’s newly-opened “pop up” allotments.
Maryhill colleagues get ready to clean up the school grounds The team from Maryhill Housing Association did their bit for the community again when scores headed out for their third ‘Wee Volunteer Day’.
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.
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.
The Maryhill cyclists about to set off Maryhill Housing colleagues got on their bike this week for some canalside cycling in the sun.
Maryhill colleagues Charlie Quigley (left) and Mark McKay Flower power has returned to Glasgow just in time for summer thanks to Maryhill Housing.
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.