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ng homes helped facilitate Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) Breathing Apparatus (BA) training by having it take place at one of its properties last week. The unoccupied two bedroom flat in Springburn was made available to the SFRS crew from Springburn with the aim of creating a new and realis

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An event to gather support for establishing regular sporting clubs which aim to tackle dementia, depression and loneliness has been held in North Glasgow. ng homes and Sporting Memories Foundation came together to hold the open day event in Saracen House, Possilpark last week.

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The Climate Challenge Fund Awards Panel has named ng homes as the winner of its Award for Youth Engagement at the recent Climate Challenge Awards ceremony held in Perth last week. Young people and families in North Glasgow have taken on the challenges of Climate Change focussing on areas of waste, r

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SHARE and ng homes recently held a launch event to announce the new management of the Bob Allan Conference Centre. As part of its office move to Saracen House, SHARE now also manages the centre.

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Geraldine Baird MBE is presented with the Helen McGregor Award by Andrew Robertson EVH’s Annual Conference at the Fairmont in St Andrews was the setting for the ceremony to announce the winner of this year’s Helen McGregor Award.

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(from left) Lyanne Leslie, Joy Henderson, Karen Johnson, Laura Sharkey, Yvonne Kinnear, Linda Forrester, Catherine Mather and Sharon Hazlett A group of walkers from ng homes took part in the Shining Walk in aid of Cancer Research UK last month.

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ng homes trainees (from left) Robyn Somerville, Alan Nicolson and Lucy Brown with their certificates Three ng homes housing trainees recently achieved their Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Level 2 Certificate in Housing Practice.

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North Glasgow’s Young Green Champions launched a climate change challenging comic book on Monday 10th September at an event at Keppoch Campus in order to help highlight the dangers of climate change. The creative project was facilitated by ng homes in partnership with Dekko Comics. The initiative

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African Challenge Scotland’s Multicultural Music Festival took place in Glasgow last month, with ng homes once again playing a key role. The housing association helped facilitate the annual event which was held at the Boathouse in Springburn Park Community Village.

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The famous Glasgow Grannies, who danced their way into people’s hearts across the world recently with an impromptu shimmy in the Merchant City, want to use their newfound fame to do something good for the community. ng homes tenant Edith McAtear and dance partners Sadie Henderson and Flora McFadye

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ng homes has been awarded an accreditation for having successfully met the Scottish National Advice and Information Standards for 2018 as set out by the Scottish Government. The award, which will last until 2021, recognises the Association’s dedication to providing high quality advice and support

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(from left) Comedian and awards presenter Paul Sinha, ng homes regeneration manager Margaret Fraser, ng homes chair John Thorburn & Rod Penman, head of sales & segment public services from Zurich Municipal ng homes has been recognised for its continued work in raising awareness and mitigatin

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Elderpark Housing Association chairperson Elspeth Millen (centre) was the recipient of last year's award EVH is one again delighted to launch the prestigious Helen McGregor Award as the organisation celebrates its 40th Anniversary this year.

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Plans have been submitted to develop 49 homes on a former church site in North Glasgow on behalf of ng homes. Under the plans, 49 residential flats and two commercial units could be built on the corner of Keppochill Road and Millarbank Street in Springburn which was previously home to Springburn Pub

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