(from left) Jamielee Daniel, Courtney McMahon, Diane Cooper, Kirsten Walker, Joy Henderson and Kimberley Fulton Housing apprentices, past and present, have given their views as to how the sector can increase its amount of young workers.
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
Amreeta Kaur and Colette Lowe from Bridges out of Poverty (seated) with ng homes tenants who completed the first Gettng Ahead programme Tenants of ng homes have recently completed the Getting Ahead programme with Scottish charity Bridges out of Poverty which helps people in Glasgow move out of pover
ng homes residents are getting their hands dirty at their local allotment this season and members of the North Glasgow community are invited to join growing sessions to learn about sowing, cultivating, and most importantly harvesting food in a natural, organic way. The allotment workshops are part o
Hawthorn sheltered housing residents with SFRS area manager for Glasgow George McGrandles, SFRS officer Fiona Herriot and sheltered housing support officer Chris Quail Work being carried out by ng homes and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to manage the risk of an ageing population in Nor
S3 students and teacher Steven Smith from Springburn Academy with ng homes' assistant director (housing services) Lynne Cooper, board member Margaret Thomson and CSEF schools liaison officer Michael Fitzgerald Housing Association ng homes has provided text books for young students at two local secon
The sessions are led by ng homes cultural officer Michael Kam (seen here on the far right) with the group at Tron St Mary's Church in Red Road Oriental Exercise classes run by ng homes are proving popular with Scottish and Chinese people as they work together to get fitter in North Glasgow.
(from left) Front Row: Pupils Sophie Dunne, Tye Kerr, Stuart Gough, John Bambrick, Ben Marshall, Kenzie Stanley and Lewis Thomson.Back Row: ng2 handy person Andy Lyttle, head teacher Lynn McSorley, ng2 supervisor David McIntyre, depute head teacher Mrs Loretta MacNeil & Balornock Parent Council'
Members of African Challenge Scotland in Springburn The first in a series of workshops delivered by Police Scotland and African Challenge Scotland aimed at educating young people on keeping safe has proved a great success in North Glasgow.
ng homes has been presented with a prestigious Local Environmental Quality Award in recognition of its efforts to improve the environment. The Programme of the Year 2016 award was presented to ng homes group by Keep Scotland Beautiful for the success of its work in developing initiatives and strateg
The Pitstops project is currently recruiting unemployed males for their forthcoming rugby-based personal development course, starting early May 2016 for eight weeks. The new Big Lottery funded partnership project between ng homes and School of Hard Knocks provides personal development courses for pe
ng homes has teamed up with the NHS, AXIS Health Hubs and Active Schools to produce a unique health and fitness pilot project for P6 and P7 pupils in Saracen Primary School in the north of Glasgow. This innovative programme has been designed to match the experiences and outcomes within the Health an