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- Raising objections to Planning Notices.
- Police Scotland’s review on the use of new temporary police powers to tackle coronavirus
- Police Scotland – Message to Communities.
- Work to Create Spaces for People around George Square Starting Soon
- Police team up to guard Dawsholm Park in response to spate of crimes
- THE transport authority that runs Glasgow’s Subway has warned it is facing a shortfall of up to £20million caused by heavy passenger losses during the pandemic lockdown.
- The biggest supermarket chains across the country have updated their rules on whether or not face masks should be worn in store.
- All Nicola Sturgeon’s new dates for reopening Scotland after today’s big announcement
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The Sunday service to Kelvindale station is being replaced by a bus due to a shortage of drivers. Given the trouble we have hanging on to a bus service this is ironic, isn’t it? Details on the Scotrail website here.
Now that Kelvindale station is to be in use 7 days a week from 18 May, The Friends of the Maryhill Line are having their first meeting on Tuesday 13 May at 7pm at Ledgowan Tenants Hall, Ledgowan Place G20 … Continue reading
4 November This message from Bob Doris MSP: Dear all, I wanted to write to you following recent speculation in the media over the Maryhill train line. I would be grateful if you would distribute this information to the Community … Continue reading
Bob Doris MSP has sent us this letter about the Rail 2014 consultation (now closed), where he tells us that the Transport Minister Keith Brown has reassured him that there are no plans to close the Maryhill line. There remain some … Continue reading