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Mattie McGeouch at the site where the Co-operative is building 48 new houses A lady who has worked tirelessly to improve her local community was selected as the latest Community Champion by Partick Thistle Football Club.
The latest housing association stalwart to be named a Community Champion by Partick Thistle Football Club is a gentleman who first became involved in his local community more than 25 years ago. Alan Brown joined the board at Garngad Housing Association in Royston, signalling his first involvement in
Allan Stewart A former housing association Board member has been nominated by a number of community organisations to receive a Community Champion award by Partick Thistle Football Club.
Margaret Thomson A lady who has been involved in helping her local community for a number of years has been recognised as a Community Champion by Partick Thistle Football Club.
Thistle striker Kris Doolan kicks of the latest football training session with kids from Queens Cross’s Chinese community Partick Thistle Football Club is hoping to forge closer ties with the local Chinese community after funding for a local community project was secured for another year.
John Gray A man who has a lifetime of public service to Queens Cross, Maryhill and the adjoining areas has been recognised as a Community Champion by Partick Thistle Football Club.
A woman who has been serving the North Glasgow community for over 40 years and another who has worked tirelessly in the PossilPark area for over 15 years have both been named Community Champions by Partick Thistle Football Club. Sadie Gordon is a retired youth and community health worker, but she li
Richard Porter (left) with his award A gentleman who has experience in an extensive number of roles in and around Glasgow has been named Sunday’s Community Champion by Partick Thistle Football Club.
Partick Thistle Football Club has awarded its Community Champion prize to a local man who has been involved in the community for over 30 years. Charlie Lunn first became involved in the governance of housing associations in 1987 when he joined a steering group with James Nisbet Housing Co-operative
Lorain receives her award from Thistle managing director Ian Maxwell The vice chair of Maryhill Housing has been honoured by Partick Thistle Football Club.