Cranhill Development Trust is an integral part of its community, responding successfully to the complex needs of Cranhill since 2002. A key to the success of the Trust has been its ability to adapt services and activities to meet the changing and diverse needs of people living there...
Offers a wide range of activities for all ages in Barlanark and is a registered learning centre.
Offering family services and services for young people.
The centre offers a number of facilities, community spaces and a multi-use games area, supporting community and service provider use.
Offers a wide range of activities for all ages and is a registered learning centre.
The hub sits in the midst of a creative landscape on the banks of the river Clyde.
Pacific Quay is home to several of Scotland's most iconic buildings and media organisations, making the neighbourhood surrounding The Hub a hotbed of creative activity.
BBC Scotland's headquarters are to be found within a spectacular building that's also home to one of Europe's most advanced broadcasting centres. The headquarters connect up the BBC's operations throughout the country and comprise world–class digital facilities, creative space and public areas.
A community-run sports facility consisting of a large indoor multi-purpose hall and a floodlit 7-aside pitch outdoors.
hubSports provides a multitude of sports activities for young people, adults and people with disabilities including:
- Indepen-dance; movement and dance for people with disabilities
- Celtic & Rangers Football Coaching
- Tae-Kwon do
- Football League
- Boot Camp
- Bike Club
Mount Vernon Community Hall is managed by a group of local volunteers on behalf of the Community. Opened in 1971 it comprises a large circular hall that holds up to 150 people, a stage area and small lounge and kitchen. The hall is available to hire (from £20 per hour) for activities/events, celebrations, workshops, training courses, parties and discos.
Ruchazie Community Centre is managed by Glasgow Life on behalf of Glasgow City Council, as a resource for the local community. It was originally built in 1981 and was officially opened by Charles O'Halloran.
Ruchazie Community Centre can be used for a variety of community, social and commercial activities, including but not restricted to meetings, small conferences, classes, clubs, arts and crafts, sports activities, dance classes, birthday parties, engagement parties, christening/communion receptions, slimming clubs and martial arts classes.