By Angela Clark A Burns Night with a Difference Rabbie Burns was celebrated by the Isaro Community Initiative over a virtual network. Approximately 50 people attended the online Celebratory event featuring bagpipes, a traditional Scottish singer and some poets. The … [Read more...] about Celebrating Rabbie Burns
Local knitters have joined forces with Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels to add a little festive cheer to their Christmas deliveries. And when we heard the Dalmuir Knit & Natter group were looking for extra knitters to help make some festive toppers to pop on a Terry’s chocolate … [Read more...] about Christmas Knitters
by Holly Munn photos courtesy of Dalmuir Knit & Natter In an attempt to beat the boredom and keep busy during these unprecedented times, many people are trying their hand at new things or picking up old hobbies. One such lady who is putting her craft skills to good use … [Read more...] about Made with Love
Words and photos by Jenny Watson Walking into Van Gash Art Studio/Gallery I am instantly immersed with colour and stunning imagery. This is crowned with a cheery “hello, do you want a cuppa?” A common greeting in the West of Scotland and one I am delighted to hear on a … [Read more...] about Art For All
By Charlie Eleftheriades-Sherry Local school kids, volunteers and students from Glasgow University, joined archaeologist Kenny Brophy and his team to carry out a community excavation in Auchnacraig woods, Faifley this summer. They were in search of prehistoric rock art which … [Read more...] about Faifley Rocks!