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Woodside Community Council Glasgow

Welcome to Woodside Community Council in Glasgow. Woodside Community Council is a voluntary, non-political organisation which exists within a statutory framework. Our authorised role is to seek and represent the opinions of local people and businesses on planning and licensing matters, and to express the wider views of our entire neighbourhood on issues affecting our environment.

Our Community Council is independent of Glasgow City Council but we supplement its role in local democracy. We want to make Woodside a better area to live in and we hope you will find our website a useful source of local information.

Latest news

New Woodside Health and Care Centre Update

New Health and Care Centre Project Update The new Woodside Health and Care Centre development is still...

Keyless Cars – Relay Theft Warning

Keyless Cars – Relay Theft Warning Following recent concerns raised by one of our Neighbourhood Watch...

Your Local Health and Social Care Services are under review!

Thursday 24 May 2018, 10.00am – 12.30pm in the Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS. Individuals, community and...

20’s Plenty for Woodside

Woodside (mandatory 20mph speed limit zone) order 201_ Glasgow City Council proposes to consider the introduction of...

May Orchid Fair in the Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens Saturday 12 May 2018 10.00 am until 6.00 pm Sunday 13 May 2018 10.00 am until 5.00...

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West Glasgow Minor Injury Unit closes

The West Glasgow Minor Injury Unit (MIU), temporarily re-opened as part of the board’s winter...

QCHA Residents’ Task Force Wins Silver Award

Queens Cross Residents' Task Force has picked up a prestigious silver award as one the...

Councillors for Hillhead Ward

There are 3 councillors (previously 4) for the area; as of 4 May 2017, one...

Charity Shop Thefts Alert

Police Scotland issued a warning on 12th March to elderly shoppers visiting local charity shops. ...

Christmas Lights Ceremony 2017

    Despite the cold and wet weather Woodside Community Council and our partners, Glasgow City Council,...

Santa sacks 2017

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It was good to learn about public access defibrillators and bystander CPR training from Stuart @StJohnScot at our meeting last night. @ScottishCCs @GlasgowCC @GlasgowCPP pic.twitter.com/6CKaLrIeS6

About 2 weeks ago from Woodside CC's Twitter via Twitter for Android

Woodside Heritage Map