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ng homes’ commitment to meet the Customer Service Excellence Standard has been recognised following a recent review. Assessor Robert Sullivan said he was impressed by the commitment to customer service excellence that was displayed by staff at all levels within the organisation and commented o

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It was a festive morning filled with carolling by the new Christmas tree on Saracen Street and generous gift-giving elves in Possilpark last week. It was a treat to hear children from Stepping Stones for Families and Elmvale Primary School sing some favourite Christmas songs, such as We Wi

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ng homes has appointed Cruden Building to carry out a multi-million-pound project in the north east of Glasgow. The £7.2 million contract will see 49 flats being delivered, along with a commercial unit, within a new iconic building on the site of the former Burgh Halls in Springburn.  &nb

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Ng Homes supported Challenge Poverty Week last week. Members of the Poverty Leadership Panel attended Ng Homes' Community Networking Breakfast on 9th October to raise awareness of poverty issues and to speak to attendees about what actions are being taken by the members along with encouraging more c

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Pupils from Barmulloch Primary School enjoyed a fun-filled day of physical activity and a visit from Scottish Champion boxer Lynn Calder last week as part of the On Our Marks project by ng homes. ng homes chair John Thorburn and ng homes board member Richard Porter with project coordinator at Winnin

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ng homes has worked in partnership with the University of Glasgow over the past eight years to deliver the Activate Community Development programme in North Glasgow. Youth Activate students celebrate after completing the Community Development programme at Glasgow University

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ng homes and African Challenge Scotland have strengthened their ongoing partnership to deliver a unique work experience programme for young people in North Glasgow. (from left) ng homes CEO Robert Tamburrini, Gervais Hameni, HR officer Olivia Friary, depute director (corporate services) Tony Sweeney

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Two great local causes recently benefitted from the fundraising efforts of staff at the ng group, with the Marie Curie Hospice in Springburn receiving £650 and Possobilities receiving £375. Amanda Casey, community fundraiser at Marie Curie, receiving a cheque from ng homes staff - c

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Members of the newly formed Glasgow Chinese Recreation Centre hosted a wonderful afternoon at Hawthorn Bowling Club as part of continued efforts to integrate with community members. The event was a huge success with members of the community coming along, as well as ng homes board members.

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ng homes has been awarded Investors in Young People (IIYP) Gold status. Investors in People Scotland (now Remarkable) assessed the Association against the wider Advanced Framework over two days during March.

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More than 100 people gathered for a special event in the North Glasgow community to celebrate the work supporting the Growing and Sustaining North Glasgow’s Green Legacy project. The celebration paid tribute to the tremendous work done by individuals, groups, schools and partner organisations

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ng2 estate services operative foreman Mito Alvarez-Liddell took part in a no smoking campaign at the Springburn Community Hub to share how he has stamped out the habit for good. Joining Mito in the Community Hub were Scottish Fire and Rescue Service officer Fiona Herriot, who has been seconded to ng

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Glasgow’s George Square was an array of colour on February 10 as ng homes joined in the celebration of the Chinese New Year. Also known as the Spring Festival, the event saw colourful dragons, pandas, dancers and a Scottish Pipe Band light up a special night in the city centre.

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