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183rd cubsMonday: CubsTuesday: Beavers and ScoutsThursday: Beavers and Explorer Scouts Friday: CubsCost £80 per year United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 943 2183
http://www.183rdglasgow.org.uk/page-cubs.html
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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1st Bearsden Boys' BrigadeThe Boys' Brigade promotes a wide range of physical and educational activities for ages 6-18 years and it keeps the leaders healthy too!The hall is also used by a number of other clubs and organisations offering a variety of activities involving sport and theatre.United Kingdom
info@1stbearsdenbb.org
http://www.1stbearsdenbb.org/Organisation
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1st Campsie Boys' BrigadeWe meet in Campsie Parish Church on the following night Anchor Boys (P1-3) : Monday from 6-7 Junior Section (P4-6) : Tuesday from 6.30 - 8pm Company Section (P7 upwards) : Friday from 7.15 - 9.30 If you would like more informaiton on our activies you can check us out on FacebookUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social, Organisation
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1st Kirkintilloch Scouts: Beavers, Cubs and Scouts
With groups running for all ages of boys from ages 5-18. Brilliant active group - always busy! For more information please refer to www.kirkintillochscouts.org.uk , or email kirkyscouts@yahoo.com.Meet at Kirkintilloch Scout Hall (Behind Tesco Car Park)45th Glasgow, 2nd Kirkintilloch Scout Group meet here.   Scouts,Thursdays at 7PM. Beavers, Wednesdays 6-7pm and Cubs also Wednesdays (7-8:30).United Kingdom
kirkyscouts@yahoo.com
http://www.kirkintillochscouts.org.uk/Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Outdoor Space, Social
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Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) CafeThe ABI Cafe provides information to support those with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI Cafe).  The group runs on the first Thursday of the month from 1.30-3pm in Kirkintilloch Baptist Church coffee lounge and is supported by Ceartas Advocacy and Headway Glasgow.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 775 0433
info@ceartas.org.uk
http://www.ceartas.org.uk/acquired-brain-injury/abi-cafe/
Health & Well-being, Social
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Activity Play AreaPlay area with climbing frames, etc but no swings.
United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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addaction; Families Plus ProjectFamilies Plus Project is a family service within East Dunbartonshire. Their aim is to help families affected by drug and alcohol problems by offering intensive support and individual recover plans. They are an outreach service, working with pregnant women and families with children up to the age of five. The project workers are based within Kirkintilloch Health and Community Care building but will meet families in their own homes, or in the community.Mondays 10-11.30 Campsie Memorial Hall. Kirkintilloch Health & Community Care10 Saramago StreetMilngavieEast DunbartonshireG66 3BFUnited Kingdom
c.mccauley@addaction.org.uk
http://www.addaction.org.uk/Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social, Organisation
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Addiction Recovery CentreThe Addiction Recovery Centre is provides recovery from addiction to alcohol, drugs and gambling not only for the person experiencing difficulties but also family members/carers. The Centre has a range of facilities from learning, training, health etc.  Drop-in open Monday to Friday 12noon to 3pm. Regular meetings are also held thoughout the week.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Skills & Training, Organisation
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After SchoolThe after school club is opened from 3pm to 5.15. The club is cheap as chips (£1.50) and gives kids a safe place to go until their parents manage home from work. The kids get to use all of the facilities at the centre and get a chance to socialise.
United KingdomSocial
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Age ConcernWe meet on the second Wednesday between the months of October and April in the bowling green to raise awareness anddiscussion about issues which affect older people living in Torrance and Baldernock. We invite local speakers and organise activities which interest our members. Come along and make a difference   United Kingdom
Charlie Murphy Tel: 0141 427 1323
Charlie.murphy@agescotland.org.uk
http://www.ageuk.org.uk/scotland/Health & Well-being, Social, Organisation
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Aldessan GalleryAs well as an art gallery - there is a fab cafe/restaurant. A great place to meet people and socialise.Take advantage of the beautiful surrounding scenery andwalking routes.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Food, Shopping, Social
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All weather football pitches - St Helen's School
Gates are locked at the weekends, but they are available for use during school term. Excellent resource to get people out and about and keeping fit.
United KingdomPhysical Exercise, Social
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Allan Glens Rugby ClubThe grounds host lots of annual community sporting events at different points during the year.
Adults use the function room as a social space, a place to drink, chat and catch up.
United KingdomPhysical Exercise, Social
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Allander Leisure CentreRegular physical activity has been shown to have important benefits for health. The UK guidelines encourage adults to take part in regular physical activity of at least 150 minutes per week. This can be spread across the week, 5 × 30 is one example of how this can be achieved.It doesn’t matter how fit you are, what age you are or what particular needs you have,Allander Leisure Centre has a range of fitness classes, a state of the art gym and swimmimg pool to support you to improve your fitness levels and health. Our team of friendly staff are trained to support you every step of the way to achieve your goals."I come to the vitality classes and I also go for a swim and use the gym. I had a health scare a few years ago and keeping active really helps me maintain my independence and helps my health"United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social, Organisation
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Allanhead RuinGreat local history. A lovely walk around the ruin.
United KingdomOutdoor Space
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Alloch DamLovely open space. Good walk around the dam.. nice place to go and appreciate the beautiful views."I am 70 years young, and I have known this area all my life, and as children we spent many hours among the woods and also catching baggie minnows in the burn at the north of the loch. The walk up to the Wells is also very inspirational, although now overgrown.The view from the southern water shed to the Campsie Fells is exceptional and very atmospheric.It should be invested in and promoted to younger generations."United KingdomOutdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Alzheimer Scotland - BearsdenThe Resource Centre is the base for services throughout East Dunbartonshire. We provide –Information, advice and supportTwo day care settings (based in Milngavie) – providing day opportunities to people with dementiaDementia AdvisorWe run groups in the area for those affected by dementia –Football Memories Group – First & third Monday of every month (BDRC) Using football to trigger your memoryPicture House – First Friday of the month 2.30pm to 5.30pm (United Reformed Church) Movies with a nostalgic theme – Ice creams at the interval Carer’s Group – First Monday of every month 7-9pm (BDRC) Come and chat with others who understand what it is to support a person diagnosed with dementia.Activities Library – Every Thursday morning – 9.30-11.30am A range of different items that are available for hire (for a small fee) for those living in East Dunbartonshire that are affected by dementiaUnited Kingdom
http://www.alzscot.org/services_and_support/search/2299_bearsden_dementia_resour...
Health & Well-being, Food, Organisation
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Antermony LochFishing, walking, open space, relaxation, reduce anxiety, keep fit.
United KingdomOutdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Antonine Probus ClubMeeting point for retired business and professional men who live or have worked in the Bearsden and Milngavie area. We have talks, outings and coffee mornings.Members join together in clubs, the basic purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests and enjoy the fellowship of new friends. The basic purpose of aProbus club is to provide regular gatherings of persons, who, in their retirement appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar circumstances and similar levels of interest.United Kingdom
roytwp@postmaster.co.uk
http://www.antonineprobus.co.uk/Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Antonine WallWorld Heritage Site. Reconstruction of Barrhill Fort. Steep climb, not accessible by car. Nearest parking Twechar Healthy Living and Enterprise Centre, for parking and toilets.B8023United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Arndale Mental Health Resource Centre
The Centre provides a base for an integrated Community Mental Health and Social Work Team consisting of Medical, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Administrative, Psychology and Social Work Staff. The centre provides mental health and social care assessment and care packages/treatment for individuals, aged 18-65, who are experiencing severe and enduring mental health problems.Main Activities & Services: – Integrated Mental Health and Social Work Teams within the locality. – Medical outpatient clinics within Resource Centre. – Centre and Home based assessment and treatment packages. – Individualised care programme responsive to the clients needs. – Specialised Treatment Programmes. – Liaison with statutory and non-statutory services/agencies. – Individual and group therapies.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Organisation
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Art ClubWe just meet, paint and discuss each other's work. Bring your own art materials and use the free easels and art magazines provided to work creatively in the company of like-minded people.United Kingdom
Telephone: Elke Hinton (Club Secretary) on 01360 311944
enquiry@mocartclub.org.uk
http://mocartclub.org.uk/index.htmlHealth & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Asda Bishopbriggs Community Room
Asda Bishopbriggs offer a room which is free of charge for community groups to hire for meetings such as support groups, interest groups etc.Free refreshments are also provided."This is a really well located, useful space for community groups to get together. And it's free!!"United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 772 9152
Social
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Ashfield Medical PracticeFirst point of contact for health concerns.United Kingdomhttp://www.ashfieldmedical.co.uk/Health & Well-being, Organisation
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Auchinairn community centreThe Centre hosts a range of community activities from After School Care, Parent and Toddlers, Activities for people with disabilities right through to karate classes for children and young people. United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 578 8695
letting@eastdunbartonshire.gov.uk
Health & Well-being, Social, Organisation
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Auchinairn Lunch ClubAuchinairn lunch club gives older people the opportunity to leave the house, and to meet old friends and make new ones in a warm and friendly setting whilst enjoying a hot, healthy balanced and nutritious meal. Monday and Friday 10.30am - 1.30pm.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 772 6888
Social
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Auchinairn medical practiceFirst point of contact for many health concernsUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Organisation
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Auld Kirk MuseumThe Auld Kirk's collection reflects the rich history of the local area. Lots to see, do and learn about the local area.
 
United KingdomOrganisation
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Auld Wife's LiftLocal history - lovely walk. Amazing to hear the story of these stones which range from tales of terror to tales of romance!One legend states that the stones originate from three witches from Strathblane who challenged each other to see who was the strongest and they all ended up carrying the rocks to the same spot.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Badminton clubOpen to everyone, this badminton club runs on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1.30-3.00pm.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social
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Badminton GroupThis group is run by the Community Mental Health Team and supports people using mental health services to get together to learn badminton.
United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise
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Balgrochan MarshMarsh land that has been regenerated. It provides local residents with paths and open spaces to enjoy and meet others. I find it inspiring to see the large viariet of plants as well as Roe Deer grazing in the morning sun. It helps me escape from the stress of life and appreciate Lennoxtown's amazing views.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Social
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Baljaffray Parish ChurchBaljaffray Parish Church is a friendly, busy and active church which is part of the Church of Scotland.There are a number of groups that run from the church which you can get involved in.United KingdomReligion/Spiritual, Social, Volunteering
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Baljaffray Shopping CentreSmall shopping centre in Bearsden catering for local people. A useful meeting place (everyone knows where it is!) - and a handful of good shops too!
United KingdomShopping
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BandstandThe bandstand in Peel Park is a good community asset but is rarely used.United KingdomOutdoor Space
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Bar BlissA nice place to go to enjoy a drink and enjoyable atmosphere. Different activities (quiz, live music etc) on each night of the week - so its a good place to meet friends and socialise. United KingdomSocial
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Barhill Roman FortBar Hill Roman Fort lies in a brilliant location looking north over the Kelvin Valley to the Campsie Fells. It gives one of the best impressions of what the wall was like. It has brilliant views and is a good place to go and 'clear your head' or have some time to yourself.
United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space
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Barhill woodOpen space available to all.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bearsden and Milngavie Decorative and Fine Arts Society
10 monthly lectures (September-June) on the second Monday of the month 2pm-3pm.  Cost £43 per annum per person. Branch Society of NADFAS, the National Body.  Lecturers are all experts in their field and topics cover many aspects of fine art.United Kingdomhttp://www.bmdfas.org.uk/Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Bearsden and Milngavie RamblersWe organise a full walking programme suitable for all ages and capabilities. Our walks are very sociable and we also organise social events and outings throughout the year. The club is a great way to keep fit, improve your general health and make new friends.The first thing most people notice about our group is how sociable it is. It’s that way, not just during walks, but at other times because we have a very full and varied social calendar in addition to the walking programme. There are normally two led walks every weekend at different levels. They are led by experienced leaders and they are chosen carefully so that there are walks each weekend that will suit beginners and experienced walkers alike.United Kingdom
join@bearsdenandmilngavieramblers.org.uk
http://www.bearsdenandmilngavieramblers.org.uk/
Health & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bearsden and Milngavie Youth Orchestra
Bearsden and Milngavie Youth Orchestra is a youth orchestra for children aged 8 - 18 - a great place for kids to go and develop their skills and meet new peopleContact Kate O'Donnell for more information.United Kingdom
Telephone: 07771 998289
Kate.O'Donnell@glasgow.ac.uk
http://bmyo.org.uk/Skills & Training, Social, Organisation
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Bearsden Art ClubFirst Tuesday of each month, October-March 7.30pm. Great to get together and get creative!United Kingdomhttp://www.bearsdenart.org.uk/Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Bearsden Cross ChurchGood place to seek solace - can be really comforting to go along and think about things that are beyond yourself.
United KingdomReligion/Spiritual
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Bearsden Flower ClubWe meet in Kilmardinny House, Bearsden on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. For further information phone Chris Burns 0141 931 5244 or Susan Mackay 077443 624170. Each evening we have a guest who demonstrates five or six arrangements. Each arrangement is raffled at the end of the evening.United KingdomSkills & Training, Social, Organisation
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Bearsden Golf ClubWith a great view of the countryside, you can enjoy both your wider surroundings as well as the exercise.United KingdomOutdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bearsden LibraryEast Dunbartonshire Access and Outreach Library Service ensures that equal access to library services is provided to everyone. We remove barriers to library services for people with permanent or temporary disabilities. We are also working to make services  and resources available in community settings"I really value my local library in Kirkintilloch. I can't get out now without help and the library delivers books to my door. I've always been a reader and this means I can continue"United KingdomSkills & Training, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Bearsden Ski ClubGreat to have this on your doorstep - it attracts people from all over. A place where you can learn new skills, the staff are really friendly too. Also, its not just for skiing - there is tubing, racing and a nice cafe/bar if you need to recover.
United KingdomPhysical Exercise, Organisation
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BefriendersA befriender is a volunteer who spends time each week with a vulnerable, socially isolated adult on a one-to-one basis. By providing companionship either in the person's own home or out and about in the local community (eg in a cafe, cinema or park) or via email, volunteers can make a real difference to an individual's life.The Befriending Project provides a befriending service for older, disabled, housebound and isolated people living in East Dunbartonshire.Referrals are received from social workers, GPs, health visitors and voluntary sector care workers. The Volunteer Co-ordinatorThe Volunteer CentreEast Dunbartonshire Befriending ProjectUnit 4 &518- 20TownheadKirkintillochG66 1NLUnited Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 578 6680
info@edva.orgHealth & Well-being, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Bingo Night7:30 pm Sunday mini bus from Twechar to Croy and return.United KingdomSocial, Organisation
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Bishopbriggs and District Seniors Forum
Bishopbriggs & District Seniors' Forum meet at 1.15 pm on the first Monday each month, September to June in the Auchinairn Community and Education Centre.Speakers are invited to address the meeting on various subjects of interest to senior citizens, such as health, pensions, local authority matters, welfare etc. There usually follows a question and answer session. Visits to places of interest are arranged usually twice a year."This group gives me a good chance to make new friends as well as learning about things which affect me."United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 563 5105
Social
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Bishopbriggs Bowling Club"Great way to get some exercise and I meet with my friends and we have a good laugh together. It's a great way for us to keep in touch and get out and  about in the fresh air".United KingdomOutdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Community ChurchLots of ways to get involved in the community - open to all. Don't have to be religious.
United Kingdom
http://www.bishopbriggscommunitychurch.org.uk/
Health & Well-being, Religion/Spiritual, Organisation
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Bishopbriggs cycle co-opClasses, bike recycling for children, annual cycle festival "they taught my children to ride without stabilisers". Supports the following clubs:Meadowburn Primary School Cycle Club;St. Matthew’s Primary After School Cycle Club;Wester Cleddens Primary After School Cycle Club;Turnbull High School Cycle Club.BishopbriggsEast DunbartonshireUnited Kingdom
http://www.edscyclecoop.org.uk/, http://www.edscyclecoop.org.uk/east-dunbartonshire-cycle-map/
Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Gaelic GroupAdvanced Gaelic class is held in Bishopbrigs Library.  Beginners, intermediate and advanced conversation classes in Woodhill Evangelist Church.For more information, contact Valerie Gillies.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 563 4436
valeriegillies14@hotmail.co.uk
Skills & Training, Social
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Bishopbriggs Golf Club The club has a magnificent 18 hole parkland GolfCourse which has a glowing reputation throughout the West of Scotland.  Wehave an equally excellent practise facility which has two mature greens,covered driving bays and a mini 9 hole Junior Course all of which aremaintained to a very high exacting standard.A significant element ofwoodland broad- leaved species oak, ash, beech etc surrounds the course andThe Bishopbriggs Burn which meanders through the course all adds to anenjoyable and challenging golf experience With great views of the CampsieFells and a superb parkland layout is well worth a visitUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social, Organisation
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Bishopbriggs Golf Range"Exercise and social interacting...briliant.""I cant get round the golf course but I got to the driving range and it keeps me active and gets me out in the fresh air"United KingdomPhysical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Library Computing courses, information , books, community hub.Rhyme time for young children, rooms to hire, books that can be ordered in on request, courses (such as gaelic).East Dunbartonshire Access and Outreach Library Service ensures that equal access to library services is provided to everyone. We remove barriers to library services for people with permanent or temporary disabilities. We are also working to make services  and resources available in community settings ."I really value my local library in Kirkintilloch. I can't get out nowwithout help and the library delivers books to my door. I've always been areader and this means I can continue" 170 Kirkintilloch RoadBishopbriggsEast DunbartonshireG64 2LXUnited Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 772 4513, Fax: 0141 762 5363
http://www.edlc.co.uk/libraries/your-local-library/bishopbriggs
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Bishopbriggs Line Dancing ClassGreat line dancing class on a Friday morning. Well attended and its a great chance to meet your friends and stay active Friday morning 11am.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Media CentreList of organisation working from the Bishopbriggs Media Centre.  East Dunbartonshire RadioPlayback Recording ServiceJohn Forbes Energy AssessorCorporate ChiropodyTraffik UK LtdMaureen Johnson (Professional Massage and Bodywork)Beaumont ServicesAmiwillCue & Review Print Speaking to the BlindCore Projects (Scotland)LtdBrownlie Plumbing and HeatingCurrie HVACBriggs CarsTender TouchHapkido AcademyPhillip Morrison ProductionsBlingitonTotal Combat Military FitnessThese organisations have come together to not only provide their fitness, massage, music production and chiropody to the community but to also support the overall aim of raising funds to help Scots blind people.United Kingdom
https://www.bishopbriggsmediacentre.co.uk/
Health & Well-being, Social
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Bishopbriggs Probus ClubMembers join together in clubs, the basic purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests and enjoy the fellowship of new friends.The basic purpose of a Probus club is to provide regular gatherings of persons, who, in their retirement appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar circumstances and similar levels of interest.Meeting first and third Friday of every month from September-May; 10am -12noon.United Kingdom
http://www.probus.org/Probus%20UK.html
Social, Organisation
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Bishopbriggs School of MusicIndividual lessons, ceilidh band/performances.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 772 4333
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Bishopbriggs Scottish Country Dance Class
A class catering for all levels of Scottish Country Dancer (including beginners). Takes place on Friday evenings from 19.30 - 21.30. A great activity for helping with fitness for all ages as well as for fun and friendship. No partner needed. A study by Strahclyde University has shown that this activity can delay the effects of ageing on a person's ability to carry out daily physical activities.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Skills & Training, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Tennis ClubUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social
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Bishopbriggs Trefoil GuildTrefoil Guild is guiding for adults – fun, friendship and making adifference!Last Tuesday of each month 7.30 - 9.00pm from September - April.Meetings usually take the form of talks, film shows and discussions.Available to any lady interested in guiding.United Kingdom
http://www.girlguidingnorthlanarkshire.org.uk/page18.htm
Social, Organisation
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Blast Cheer and Dance AcademyThe emphasis is on fun & they try to keep the costs down as low as possible.  There are optional competitions that the squad enter each year & at the end of the year before the summer holidays they put on an excellent show.  The coach, Karen, is very approachable & all the dance teachers clearly love what they do & are very dedicated, which makes the children enthusiastic too.  A friendly fun place for any child/teenager to go to learn to dance & become part of a team.     The adult class is there to teach a little bit of cheerleading but also focusing on toning, cardio, jumps and a little routine at the end.  All ages, sizes and levels of fitness go to the class and while it can be hard work, the emphasis is on having fun.There are no try outs, anybody can join. There is a waiting list.  The Guide Hall50 Brackenbrae AvenueBishopbriggsEast DunbartonshireG64 2BPUnited Kingdom
mail@blastdanceacademy.com
http://www.blastdanceacademy.com/Health & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social
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Blood Pressure ClinicPeople with High Blood Pressure should have an Annual Check-up - its great that we've something local, so we don't need to travel far.
United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Organisation
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Boclair FarmThis open space at Inveroran Drive is place people can stop and talk to others and feed horses while looking all the way to the Campsies. A view not available from public street elsewhere. Good for community building and for physical and mental health!United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Boots Glasgow - LenzieUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Organisation
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Brackenbrae SurgeryFirst point of contact for health concerns.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Organisation
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Breakfast clubCereal/Toast/fruit (Free) 8 - 8:55am.
United KingdomFood, Social
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Breastfeeding GroupMums together for chat and support.
United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Social, Organisation
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Breath Easy, Glasgow NWMeeting for those with long term respiratory problems.2pm First Wednesday in each month.United Kingdom
https://www.blf.org.uk/support-in-your-area/breathe-easy-north-glasgow-support-g...
Health & Well-being
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Bridge ClubTuesdays at 7pm (September-June).United Kingdom
Telephone: 01360 622521
steveleri@aol.com
Social
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British Heart FoundationGood charity shop – they are always friendly there, happy to chat.United KingdomShopping, Volunteering
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Brookwood LibraryLibrary, free internet courses, will order specialist books for you, helpful people for a chat.
United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 942 6811
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Bullands Coffee HouseA lovely wee independant cafe. its somewhere different to go
United KingdomFood, Social
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Bumps and BundlesA great mothers and toddlers group - fab support... and we have a good laugh too!United Kingdom
https://www.netmums.com/west-scotland/local/view/baby-toddler/parent-toddler-gro...
Social, Organisation
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Burnbank Day CarePhone for details.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0141 946 0966
Health & Well-being
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Burnbank Lunch ClubUnited KingdomFood, Social
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Busy Bee StampingGood creative activities from card making to rubber stamping. 7pm, 1st Wednesday of each month

01360 312 219
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01360 312 219
cdrum64@aol.com
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social
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Cadder Church’s Coffee ShopCadder Church's Coffee Shop is located in their South Hall (at the junction of Kirkintilloch Road and South Crosshill Road in Bishopbriggs, about a mile and a half from the church). As it is in the "village" and has a small car park its location is ideal.Its "raison d’etre" is to serve the community by providing a gathering place for people of any faith or none, and to that extent it has been very successful.Many of the regular customers who visit each week have connections with the nearby Roman Catholic or Episcopal churches and indeed other local Church of Scotland congregations.Indeed, some of the volunteer helpers come from these different churches- by no means is it exclusive to Cadder!United KingdomFood, Social
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CafeOpen to everyone in the community.United Kingdom
Health & Well-being, Food, Shopping, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Cairns Church of ScotlandInvolvement in the community, both in Milngavie and elsewhere, is a principal aim of Cairns whether it be organisations that use our premises or our participation in other community activities.There are lots of activities in our halls. Everyone from the local community is welcome to come along and join in.United Kingdom
Health & Well-being, Food, Physical Exercise, Religion/Spiritual, Social, Volunteering
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Caldwell HallsThe Caldwell Halls belong to all the people ofTorrance, Balmore, Bardowie and surrounding district. The halls are at theheart of the community and there are clubs and groups to suit all ages. Thehall is available for let.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Social, Organisation
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Campsie Black Watch Football Club
Sport and exercise - good to get together with people. The community rally round to support the local team.United Kingdom
https://www.facebook.com/Campsie-Black-Watch-FC-670309009668373/
Skills & Training, Physical Exercise, Social
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Campsie Bowling ClubAs well as bowling, they do lots of events/ social activities in the communityUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Physical Exercise, Social, Organisation
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Campsie Glen Tourist Board Facebook Page
Where people post stories, issues, photographs etc of life and events around Lennoxtown, from all over the world. Very enjoyable and absorbing FB page with some great photographs and contributions. Well worth a visit. Warning----can become very addictiveUnited KingdomSocial
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Campsie Glen WaterfallAbsolutely stunning for photography. The wildlife is beautiful. Brilliant for a great day out & lovely walks. You can enter via the car park by a narrow path. (inaccessible for those with disabilities)Crow RoadLennoxtownEast DunbartonshireUnited KingdomOutdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Campsie Golf ClubThis 18 hole course works its way above the picturesque village of Lennoxtown. Great for keeping fit and socialising. There is a lovely walk to reach the club house.  A Scotland "Gem" and one of the friendliest Clubs you will ever find! – Dress Code more relaxed than most."I've been a member of this club for many years and although I can't go round the whole course now, I still go along and meet up with my friends and we do what we can and then we have a coffee and a catch up. I try to go along a couple of times a week. It keeps me fit and gets me out of the house."United Kingdom
Health & Well-being, Food, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise, Social
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Campsie local history groupCampsie Local History Group was formed in 2009 and we currently have 15 members.The aim of the group is to foster and develop an interest in local history, to collate, record and preserve all information of historical interest to the Parish, and to form a database and make it readily available to a wider public.We hope to share ideas about the way we operate with respect, honesty, tolerance and responsiveness to the views of other people.We liaise closely with other Heritage & History Groups and are involved in Family & Local History Fairs in East Dunbartonshire.Membership of the group is free, and is open to anyone with an interest in our local history.This group meets every Wednesday afternoon at the Glazert House Hotel Lennoxtown at 3pm. All welcome.United Kingdom
campsielhg@gmail.com
http://www.campsielocalhistorygroup.talktalk.net/
Social
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Campsie Memorial Hall TrustEverything goes on here! It really is the life and soul of the community.MG dancing(Thursday) Lennoxtown Youth Project (Mondays 8-9 yrs 18.30-19.45 then 10-12yrs 20.00-21.15)Food Bank WednesdaysCredit Union Saturday 11am-12pmUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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Canal“Travel back in time following along the line of an old Roman wall and an 18th-century canal.”Fishing, walking, chilling outUnited Kingdom
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forth_and_Clyde_Canal
Health & Well-being, Outdoor Space
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Canal - BishopbriggsParticularly the view across to the fields at the Southern bend. Its really tranquil and you see lots of wildlife. I saw a heron there last week - we looked at each other then it took off, it was beautiful!BishopbriggsEast DunbartonshireUnited KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space
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Canal - Westerton to KirkintillochForth and Clyde Canal as joined from Westerton Train Station through to Kirkintilloch Marina. A stunning, varied and changing landscape which in part looks neglected and would benefit from some joined up thinking across council regions but has amazing spots along the route that provide a surprising experience on a morning and afternoon commute by cycle. BearsdenEast DunbartonshireG61United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Outdoor Space, Physical Exercise
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Canal ProjectThe Canal Project is run by Action for Children. The project provides temporary accommodation for young people 16 - 21 years old, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in a modern purpose built facility.The project offers a range of support to help young people move into more positive futures including gaining life skills to assist them to sustain tenancies.  Young people are helped to find training or work opportunities and to develop key skills such as cooking and budgeting to help them to move to independent living. Referrals can be made through social work or the homeless team. If you are a professional and would like more information or tour of the project contact the Practice Team Leader Nicky Miller. United Kingdom
Telephone:  0141 776 5277
canal.project@actionforchildren.org.uk
https://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/in-your-area/services/youth-support-and-lea...
Skills & Training, Organisation
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Cancer Research UKA really good, friendly charity shop. Maybe a volunteering opportunity. They are always friendly there.
United KingdomShopping, Volunteering
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Cardiac RehabilitationThe multidisciplinary team of health professionals provide a programme of assessment, behavioural change, education, exercise, supervised group training and psychological support.Services include:Cardiac Rehabilitation Multidisciplinary Clinics (Nurse and physiotherapist)Dietician clinicsCardiac Rehabilitation Psychology ClinicsGym Exercise SessionsFitness testsEducational SessionsNurse home visit serviceBasic Life Support Sessions for relatives/friendsGP or Practice Nurse referral is requiredOpening Hours:8.30am – 4.30pm Monday to FridayUnited Kingdom
http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/locations/hospitals/stobhill-hospital/
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Physical Exercise, Organisation
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Carers Cafe LennoxtownCarers Café is a monthly get-together where you can chat with other carers over coffee, make new friends and find out about other avenues of support. Each café runs from 10.30am till 12.30pm. Lennoxtown carer café meets on the third Monday of the month at the Glazert House Hotel and is run by Carers Link.United KingdomHealth & Well-being, Social
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Carers LinkWhether juggling family and work commitments to provide care a few hours a week, or caring 24 hours each day, if you provide regular help and support to a partner, relative or friend because they cannot manage without your help, then Carers Link is here for you.In East Dunbartonshire one person in eight is a carer.United Kingdom
Telephone: 0800 975 2131, Telephone: 0141 955 2131
http://carerslink.org.uk/
Health & Well-being, Skills & Training, Social, Volunteering, Organisation
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