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Glasgow School of Sport — Glasgow Life

Scotland's first school dedicated to sporting excellence has been developed at Bellahouston Academy and is a first for Glasgow and a first for Sport. A recognised National Centre of Excellence, supported by the Scottish Government, Glasgow School of Sport is leading the way in providing opportunities for young people in Scotland to develop their sporting talents as part of their school education. Bellahouston Academy is located in Glasgow however pupils at the School of Sport travel from 15 local authorities across Scotland to attend. There are 950 pupils at the school, of whom one hundred and twenty are sports pupils specialising in one of five key sports.

Glasgow Club John Paul - Glasgow Life

This page has details about the facilities and activities available at Glasgow Club John Paul

Glasgow Club Gorbals - Glasgow Life

This page has details about the facilities and activities available at Glasgow Club Gorbals

Impact - Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries — Glasgow Life

If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, we're here to help. Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries offer a free and confidential service, providing emotional, practical and financial support to anyone who is affected by cancer.

Library at GoMA — Glasgow Life

Information about Library at GoMA.

Glasgow Club Springburn - Glasgow Life

This page has details about the facilities and activities available at Glasgow Club Springburn

Glasgow Club Whitehill - Glasgow Life

This page has details about the facilities and activities available at Glasgow Club Whitehill

Community Learning and Development 2015-2018 — Glasgow Life

Glasgow's Community Learning and Development Plan 2015-2018

The Mitchell Library - Glasgow Life

The Mitchell Library is one of Europe’s largest public libraries with over one million items of stock and is the hub of a city-wide information service.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum — Glasgow Life

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of Scotland's most popular free attractions. It has been a favourite with visitors since 1901.