Queens Cross Housing Association

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An initiative to engage more closely with elderly men from minority ethnic communities has been launched in north west Glasgow.  Queens Cross Housing Association’s social regeneration team is working with the ‘Ageing Well’ group in a bid to bring interesting, informative speak

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Students moving into further education have been helped with the cost of studying thanks to a new scheme launched by a north west Glasgow charity. The John Gray bursary scheme was set up by Queens Cross Community Foundation, the charitable arm of Queens Cross Housing Association.

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Two neighbourhood hairdressers have snipped up a joint award for serving their local community in Queens Cross Housing Association. The Hair Gardener and Theresa-Ann’s Hair Studio were jointly crowned ‘Outstanding Local Business’ at the Pride of Queens Awards.

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Almost 2,000 people turned out to enjoy activities at Queens Cross Housing Association’s Gala Day. Hosted at The Firhill Complex, the first Gala Day since 2019 saw attendees enjoy a range of sports, entertainment, food stalls, arts and crafts activities and fairground rides.

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Glasgow City Council has agreed in principle to dispose of Burnbank House to Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) to allow the building of 48 accessible homes for the over-50s. The 0.85-acre site on Burnbank Gardens, close to Great Western Road and Maryhill Road, was for decades a care home, and

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Queens Cross Housing Association has teamed up with local Community Involvement Groups to launch a new Charter that aims to make the area safer, friendlier and greener. The Good Neighbour Charter inspires residents and staff to work closely together to build on the existing sense of community t

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A new social enterprise café launched by Queens Cross Housing Association is set to bring employment opportunities and a new community hub to north west Glasgow. ‘Toshie’s’, named in homage to the neighbouring Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed church, is being renovated in

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The Queens Cross Group has unveiled its plans on how it will use its combined resources to transform northwest Glasgow by 2025. Its new Business Plan 2025 sets out how the four charities and companies in the group each have something to contribute to help make Queens Cross one of the best places to

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Community projects by Southside Housing Association and Queens Cross Housing Association are among nine initiatives in Glasgow to have been awarded almost £3.7 million through the Scottish Government's Place Fund after Glasgow City Council approved the funding allocations yesterday. The Place

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