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Annual Art Competition

Annual Art Competition with Glasgow Museums

Cancer support and information

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.

A young John F Kennedy visited Glasgow to meet survivors of the TSS Athenia who were cared for in Glasgow

On the 80th anniversary of the sinking of TSS Athenia, attacked on the day World War 2 was declared in September 1939, Glasgow City Archives has shared details of a Disaster Fund file set up to help victims. It contains fascinating letters and telegrams of thanks from a young John F. Kennedy, who visited American survivors being cared for in Glasgow, from his father Joseph Kennedy, the US Ambassador to the UK and President Franklin Roosevelt. It holds photographs, letters and newspaper clippings detailing the fundraising effort and how the city and individuals helped all those caught up in the tragedy.

Club Structures & Support

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I want to feel good

I want to feel good - Glasgow Sport

Coach Core

Coach Core is a full-time, year-long modern apprenticeship focuses on employability within the sports sector.

Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries

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.

Exploits of Glaswegian ‘ACE’ WW2 pilot – first to shoot down enemy aircraft on home soil – explored in new display at Kelvingrove Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has unveiled a new display centred on the 602 (City of Glasgow) Auxiliary Air Force Squadron’s actions at the start of World War II. The exploits of distinguished pilot, Squadron Leader Archibald ‘Archie’ McKellar DSO DFC & Bar, who shot down the first German aircraft on British soil on 28 October 1939, helps convey the human side of conflict.

Glasgow Code Learning

Glasgow Code Learning

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