Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie have a lot going for them.
Parkhead is home to The Forge shopping centre which employs many local people and brings in shoppers from outwith the area. It is home to the Emirates Arena which hosts gym facilities, a spa and the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, which is the home to Scottish Cycling. It also hosts Celtic Park which is one of the biggest football stadiums in Europe and is classed as one of Europe's top stadia and event venues.
Dalmarnock is home to Cuningar Loop which is an exciting woodland park covering 15 hectares. It is a community green space for local people and visitors to get active. It includes adventure play facilities, a bike skills area, picnic areas, an outdoor classroom and Scotland's first bouldering park. It hosts the Legacy Hub which is a new community centre, developed by the community, for the community. It provides a wide range of services including a café, a nursery and health services.
Camlachie is home to the Barrowfield Community Centre which provides a host of services including IT Drop In, free internet access and weekly tea dances. The centre is home to Neil Orr, the Community Organiser who works in partnership with anyone who wishes to be involved with Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie as a Thriving Place.
The three area have a strong voluntary sector which provides invaluable support to local residents, from youth groups to recovery cafes.
North East Glasgow Thriving Places: