Community Clean Up: Saturday 1st October 2011

Dennistoun Community Clean-up
Dennistoun Community Clean up

Monthly Clean Glasgow clean up event organised by Dennistoun Conservation Society. Everybody is invited. Clean up events are supported by local residents and organisations, Starbucks, and Glasgow Community and Safety Services.

Saturday 1st October, 11am – 1pm. Meet at Broompark Drive gardens, Dennistoun (Street View). Gloves, bags, litter–pickers provided. Please wear suitable clothing. Coffee and cake provided for participants!

Dennistoun Clean Glasgow Neighbourhood Charter
Dennistoun Clean Glasgow Neighbourhood Charter

For information contact Thomas Paterson on 0141 276 7448 or at

Click here, or on the thumbnail image, for a PDF of the Dennistoun Clean Glasgow neighbourhood charter.



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Dennistoun CC

Dennistoun CC's aim is to ascertain, coordinate and express the views of the wider community. It seeks to promote the Dennistoun area as a positive and inclusive neighbourhood.

3 thoughts on “Community Clean Up: Saturday 1st October 2011”

  1. I am in the process of taking over a shop at Dennistoun cross. The shopfront is in a serious state of disrepair. I have been told that government grants exist to assist in renovations of this type. Could you advise if you are aware of any such initiatives.


    1. Manjit,

      We’ve looked into this and can tell you the following:

      • Funding for shop fronts improvement was available at Parkhead Cross (linked to conservation area);
      • We are not aware of similar funding in Dennistoun area;
      • Information regarding Dennistoun may be available via the Development Regeneration Services (DRS) department at Glasgow City Council;
      • Depending upon location of shop, and work proposed to be undertaken, the Glasgow City Heritage Trust, based at Bell Street, might offer support;
      • For general funding advice we’d suggest Business Gateway on Buchanan Street.

      Hope this helps.

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