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Please use the form below to comment if you feel that better access for pedestrians and cyclists is needed over the Dawsholm Railway Bridge. PLEASE NOTE. This is a public form produced by Glasgow City Council.
Glasgow City Council dumps to re-open but with many restrictions and police on site – please read this in full to avoid a wasted journey.
Latest news from SPT regarding the M4 bus.
With effect from Tuesday 05 May 2020, a slightly revised service M4 will commence operation.
The service will be delivered by Craig’s of Cumbernauld and provide a Monday – Saturday inter-peak hourly link between Anniesland – Kelvindale – Partick Bus Station.
This arrangement is a temporary one during the current Government lockdown restrictions to ensure the communities served have access to subsidised public links. It is expected, once some form of normality resumes and it is deemed suitable to do so, the established service M4 timetable operated by First Glasgow will resume.
It should be noted however, the requirement for emergency service M4 commencing 05 May 2020 will be reviewed on a weekly basis.
We would also draw your attention to the fact that on Friday 08 May 2020, the service will not operate due to the recognised Public Holiday.
Details of the temporary timetable will shortly be available on SPT’s website: http://www.spt.co.uk/bus/timetables/ .
Glasgow Libraries are promoting the help that they can give to people applying for Universal Credit. This help is available online and by phone.
Are you unsure about how to make a Universal Credit claim online?
Do you need help updating your Universal Credit account online?
Glasgow Libraries can help. Call on 0808 169 9901 or visit the Glasgow Life website
Lines open: Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm. Calls are free.
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As at 23rd April the position regarding the local bus services that run through Kelvindale is as follows.
THE M4 service.
This was temporarily withdrawn from Monday April 20th.
The 94 service.
This will be temporarily withdrawn from Saturday 25th April.
We will let you all know when these services are re-instated.
Persimmon have supported thousands of community groups and charities over the years, but from 1st April for the foreseeable future, they want to focus on organisations that support the over-70s – a vulnerable group in our society that they feel need our support at this time. Full details on the link below.
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Cyber security is the means by which individuals and organisations reduce the risk of being affected by cyber crime.
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