27 February 2024

Bridgeton Men Said event at Bridgeton Library

A group of eight people standing for a photo in a library

The Glasgow Life Community Development team hosted the Bridgeton Men Said event in Bridgeton Library on Wednesday 21 February. The team heard from men and underrepresented groups to find out what matters to people in the local area.

This consultation event was made possible with funding from Clyde Gateway and will allow the team at Bridgeton to establish new projects and groups in the library.

The event was also a great opportunity to promote the fantastic range of services currently available within the library and locally, including digital support, Live Well community referral and the Multiply numeracy project.

The team are looking forward to working with the local community to deliver some new events and sessions based on their ideas.

Pictured in Bridgeton Library are:

Rosie McBride from the Live Well team, David McCready from the Community Development team, Councillor George Redmond, Councillor Linda Pike, Keli Auld from the Community Development team, Jim McAllister from Bridgeton Men's Group, Elaine McCulloch from the Community Development team, and Paul Conroy from the Bridgeton Model Making Group.