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MICHAEL’S MALAWI MISSION However, there are around 1300 children in the village who have no access to education, so the charity is now looking to construct another five school facilities in the area.
24 pupils from across East Renfrewshire have been chosen to visit children in Kaponda in Malawi
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Explaining what he will be doing on the trip, Michael, who is in sixth year, said: “When I’m in Kaponda, I’ll mainly be involved in work such as helping to teach the school pupils and to entertain them with songs and games, aiding the farmers in agricultural work and just generally being a friend for these children who have so little. “Needless to say I can’t wait to go and I’m sure it’ll be a life-changing experience in many regards. From talking to people who have been before, I’ve heard that the kids are so happy and excited to see you, which is remarkable given the poverty they suffer. “However, there will obviously be some challenges as well, both physically and emotionally.” All the pupils taking part in the trip have been heavily involved in fundraising over the last few months, including packing bags in local supermarkets.
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Michael added: “I’ve had to raise £2,500 for my trip, which is another big challenge. Some things I’ve done to fundraise include a four-round golf ‘marathon’, where I started playing at 5am until I had completed 72 holes of golf at about 7:30pm. “I’ve also held a quiz night for family and friends.” Most recently, Michael took part in the Great Scottish Run 10k on September 30. See www.bettycunningham internationaltrust.co.uk for further information.
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The Giffnock North athlete, 23, finished just behind fellow Brit Jake Wightman and New Zealander Nick Willis, in a fantastic time of 3.55.30, which was also a new personal best. Neil was delighted with his performance in the race with more than 7,700 finishers, taking to Instagram afterward to say: “Congratulations @ willisnick and @ jakeswightman on a phenomenal finish. An honour to share the podium with these classy guys.”
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ANDY SCORES CAPTAIN ROLE Scotland head coach James McFadden described Andy as an “outstanding candidate” for the role as Scotland captain.
Former St Ninian's High School pupil Andy Robertson has been named as the new Captain of the Scottish national team
He added: “His desire to play is unquestionable and he's done things the hard way”. His appointment will follow in the footsteps of Scottish footballing legends, such as Darren Fletcher, Graeme Souness and Jackie McNamara.
A former pupil at St Ninian’s High School has revealed his delight after being chosen for a prestigious Scottish football post. Professional footballer Andy Robertson, who left the local secondary school in 2012, has been named as the new captain of the national team following Scott Brown’s departure.
This was followed by his first professional contract signing at Dundee United. Andy now plays for Liverpool after making the move to England at the start of last season.
Andy, 24, started his playing career as a youngster at Giffnock Soccer Centre and in the Celtic Youth squad, before moving to local club Queen’s Park.
The defender has enjoyed a stellar year both for his club and country, including playing in the Champions League final against Spanish team Real Madrid.
On the announcement, Andy said it was a “very proud day”. He took up the armband in early September ahead of a friendly match with Belgium in Glasgow and a UEFA Nations League tie against Albania, both three days later. Andy, who is dad to a young son with his partner Rachel Roberts, has accrued 22 caps and scored two goals for his country to date, since a debut against Poland in March 2014. His former school were clearly delighted with the news, tweeting: “Congratulations to @stninianshigh former pupil @ andrewrobertso5 who has been named @ScottishFA captain.”
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CRAFTERS CELEBRATE FIRST BIRTHDAY LET’S SEARCH FOR group EAST REN’S BEST Knitting Clarkston Crafters HEAR celebrated their first SMALL SHOP birthday in style with Local business owners are waiting to find out whether their store will be crowned the Best Small Shop for 2018.
A shortlist of 25 small businesses will be released later this month. The successful applicants will be invited along to a reception on November 13 to meet their MP and find out who will be named the winner. The competition aims to reward entrepreneurial spirit, innovation in business and ways in which the shops have made a positive difference in their local communities. Local MP Paul Masterton said: “I know many will not only do well in the competition but could come back a winner.”
cake, coffee and, of course, crafting. The group was founded by Laura Worku as a way to practise a skill, teach others and make new friends. Laura said: “We had a great time at our first birthday celebration. The group reﬂected that it’s become a bit like extended family and helped those who were new to the area settle in and make friends. “Some of the group have learned to weave and a few of us travelled up to Perth Yarn festival at the start of September, too.” Clarkston Crafters have several dates lined up for autumn/ winter and are keen to welcome new members, from complete beginners to accomplished crafters. They will be meeting on Sunday afternoons from 3pm to 5pm in Costa coffee in Clarkston on October 7, November 4 and
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LUKE’S CZECH RACE TOPS What's Up Doc? with Dr Nick Dunn OFF GREAT SEASON This month: HEALTHIER HABITS
Luke Traynor, 25, put in an impressive performance at the Run Czech Birell 10,000m race last month. The local athlete, who runs for Giffnock North AAC, crossed the line 18th overall and came in as the third European among an elite field. He recorded an impressive time of 29.22, less than a minute off his PB of 28.32. It’s been a great year for Luke with many fantastic performances, which have seen him making his mark as the fifth fastest Briton over 10km since 2000. His time puts him just behind other top athletes such as
Andrew Butchart and Sir Mo Farah. The self-funded athlete is now putting in a bid to gain a sponsor before the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020, which he says he is on track to achieve. Luke said: “If I had sponsorship it would enable me to be more professional with the sport. “I am doing what I can now, but if I was not racing every month you would see immediate benefits in the races I do run.”
This October “Go Sober for October” and “Stoptober” are being promoted to encourage people to think about alcohol and smoking. Habits can be good as well as bad, and I have heard it said that a habit can be learned within 60 days or less! These campaigns help people take the first steps to changing habits around alcohol or smoking by asking them to commit to no more than 28 days – which can be a manageable timescale to imagine.
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GOLD STAR FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL A southside nursery and primary school is celebrating after a recent Education Scotland inspection. Giffnock Primary and Nursery Class was praised for its levels of attainment and achievement, as well as its standards of wellbeing, equality and inclusion. Inspectors gave “good” evaluations of its learning and teaching strategies. Head teacher Rob Lawson was recognised for his leadership and ability to ensure all staff work well together. Rob said: “I am delighted with the outcome of this inspection. It’s especially pleasing that the report praises the children for being confident, courteous and articulate – all of our pupils really are a credit to our school and their parents.”
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A new conversational Spanish class for beginners launches this month in Busby The lively Spanish lessons from Language for Fun take place at Cartsbridge Church on Monday and Tuesday evenings. The sessions will be relaxed with no exams or compulsory homework. Class tutor Rachel said: “The classes are conversation based and participants learn to communicate effectively with one another in Spanish, while getting to know each other better.
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progress while at the same time feeling comfortable, knowing how the classes will work each week.” New Beginners 1 Spanish classes start on Monday October 1 from 6pm to 7.15pm and Tuesday October 2 from 8.15pm to 9.30pm. A Family Class for parents and teenagers is also due to start in October in Busby.
“There’s no pressure to talk in front of the whole class, as you will all be talking to others in smaller groups.
Beginners 2 classes are available for those who already know a bit of Spanish and want to progress further.
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October 2018 | Activate Autumn
ACTIVATE AUTUMN As summer turns to autumn, it can be tempting to stay home preparing for a winter of hibernation. Many walkers will be hanging up their boots, while cyclists will park their bikes in the garage until the fairer weather of spring returns.
Let’s look at the many benefits of staying active – and spending time outdoors – during the Scotland’s chillier seasons.
This includes families, who after a summer of quality time outdoors with the kids, might well be dreading the long, darker months of being cooped up in the house.
To start with, research shows that one of the most effective ways to avoid the winter blues, or the more debilitating SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is to include at least 30 minutes of daylight in your daily routine.
But your plans for the autumn – and winter – could be different this year.
This could be sitting on a park bench taking in the views, walking to the pond to feed the
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successful community led Learn to Swim programme that’s mission is to give all children aged 3-11 the chance to experience quality and cost-effective swimming lessons.
Steve’s own swimming journey started after almost drowning on a family barging holiday at just 7 years old, Parry’s parents immediately enrolled him onto local swimming lessons, kickstarting what would go on to be an incredible career.
With around 1 in 2 children leaving primary school unable to swim in the UK, Steve’s goal was to create swimming opportunities for all children, resulting in happier, healthier and safer communities.
After retiring from professional swimming, Parry ventured into business and set up Total Swimming Academies, which is now a hugely
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coffee or soup, this will ensure you stay in touch with others.
Exercise is also important for physical well-being and health experts recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity, such as cycling or brisk walking, even in autumn and winter, as well as some strength exercises.
Another way to stay in touch with people when you might feel inclined not to bother is to book to do a fitness class together,
Another benefit of exercise at this time of year is maintaining social links. When the nights draw in and the temperature drops, people prefer to stay at home rather than socialise. However, if you set a date with a friend for a walk and talk, or a bike ride, and then a warming
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Planning to do activities in advance with friends or your family is one good trick. If you have a date to meet or do something with other
If you have planned ahead and the weather is inclement, simply find the right clothing – and still go. For example, a walk can be fun in the rain if you wear full waterproofs, Wellington boots and encourage kids to splash in the puddles. Another great idea is to find a woodland, which will be more sheltered from the weather, and go for a walk. Kicking up the fallen carpet of colourful leaves in autumn will easily lift the spirits. Or how about trying a new adventure activity that is suitable for adults and children together?
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Silverburn Are you retired? Do you play a musical instrument? East Renfrewshire U3A invites you to join our new group, ‘The Instrumentalists’ and enjoy making music together. Email for further information. email@example.com
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Mearns Primary, Hunter Drive, Newton Mearns G77 6DP 7.30pm. AutoScots Car Club, the Club for Classic, Retro & Sports Car enthusiasts, we're open to all marques, no need to change your club when you change your car. We attend and display at many car shows throughout the year. firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook
Mearns Primary School 6:15pm. The Mini Kickers programme provides a gentle introduction to playing football using fun-based football activities. www.ercultureandleisure.org
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Bookbug Session Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions! Busby Library; (0-4yrs), WED, 9:30am. FRI, 9:30am. Clarkston Library; (0-4yrs), TUE, 10:30am. Storytime (3-5yrs), TUE (School term), 2:15pm. (0-18months), WED, 2pm. (0-4yrs), SAT, 10:30am. Mearns Library; (04yrs), WED, 2pm. THU, 10:30am. SAT, 10:30am. (0-18months), MON, 2pm. www.ercultureandleisure.org/ bookbug Cartsbridge Church 6pm. The lively Spanish lessons for language and for fun. The sessions will be relaxed with no exams or compulsory homework. 07535 183398 Also on Tuesday, 2nd at 8:15pm More information on page 17
Eastwood Bereavement Support Mearns Kirk Church Hall 7pm. Support to anyone who might be struggling to come to terms with the loss of a loved one either recently or some time ago. email@example.com
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Shawlands Academy 7-9.15pm. Beginners & Improvers. Hillpark Secondary School 7.309.15pm. General. Come and join us for fun, fitness and friendship. You will be made very welcome. 07902 127370 Facebook: RSCDS Glasgow branch www.rscdsglasgow.org
Cup & Blether Shirokawa Karate Academy Williamwood Parish Church 5pm. We have classes to suit all fitness and ability levels from 6 years to adult. www.shirokawa.co.uk
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What's On Calendar | October 2018 Tuesday Evening Walking Group
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Newton Mearns Parish Church 11:30am (Puppy), 12:30pm (Adult), Dog School Glasgow provides training classes for puppies, adults and rescue dogs. email@example.com
Stamperland Wine Circle Clarkston Halls 7:30pm. Learning about the methods of production, coaching on how to make your own wine, meeting with like-minded people, opportunities to enter local competitions. New members welcome. 07943 435843 firstname.lastname@example.org First Thursday of the month
Toddler Group Whitelee Stroller Striders Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre 10am. Join the Whitelee Rangers on their free weekly parent & baby walking group. The group is a fun and enjoyable way to socialise with new parents and always welcomes new members. 0141 614 0962
Fencing Club Mearns Castle High School 6pm. Looking for new members aged 10-18yrs. Fencing is a social activity and the members of the club are there to learn a new skill, keep fit and enjoy themselves. First two sessions free. www.bladesoffire.com
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Yoga for a Healthier Mind and Body Maccabi Hall Studio 6.30-7.45pm. Yoga to improve flexibility, strength, self-confidence and self-esteem. My class is for all levels of abilities. A warm welcome to all newcomers. Please let me know if you need a mat. 07970 487772 • email@example.com Weekly
Yoga Flow Class Maccabi Halls 6:30-7.45pm. For many of us life can be challenging. Yoga can give you balance, harmony and a wonderful sense of well-being.
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Community Choir Stamperland Church Hall, Clarkston 7:30pm. The group’s evolving fourpart repertoire spans everything from Bach to The Beatles and songs from popular classics and musicals. New members are invited to come along to a weekly rehearsal to see if they enjoy the experience. www.singglasgow.co.uk Weekly
Wednesday 3rd Legally Blond The Musical Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm. Fabulously fun international award-winning musical based on the adored movie. This action-packed musical explodes on the stage with memorable songs and dynamic dances www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Adult and Child Football Fairweather Hall 9:30am & 10:30am, For adults and children, football classes provide basic movement patterns and improve motor skills through football and play. Adults join in with their child. www.ercultureandleisure.org Weekly
Broom Parish Church 10am. During the school term. Parents have the opportunity to chat over a cup of tea or coffee while children between birth and 3 years old play together. Weekly
Singing for the Brain Newton Mearns Parish Church 12.30-2.30pm. Singing for the Brain is run by The Richmond Fellowship Scotland and uses singing to bring people with dementia together in a friendly and stimulating social environment. 0141 881 2076 Weekly
Saturday 6th Tennis for Free Cowan Park 1pm. Learn or refine your tennis skills and meet new people. clubspark.lta.org.uk Weekly
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Giffnock North Amateur Athletic Club 9:30am. Shot stoppers, looking for new goalkeepers to help train with this long-established, successful club. www.shotstoppersgoalkeeping. co.uk
Greenbank Parish Church, Clarkston 7-9pm. All sorts of activities are available at SNAP! Youth Club such as baking, music, sports, board games and arts and crafts. If you are in P7-S3 why not come along and join us? email@example.com
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Stamperland Parish Church 9:45am (P1), 10:30am (P2), 11:15am (P3), Fun and engaging music classes for children led by a qualified music specialist with over 10 years' teaching experience. Tea/coffee available for accompanying adults. firstname.lastname@example.org Weekly
56th Annual Stamp and Postcard Fair Prestwick Community Centre 10am-4pm. 12 dealers from across Scotland will be present wither stocks of Stamps, Postcards and accessories. Young collectors are especially welcome and there will be a Young Collectors’ corner with stamp related crafts, puzzles, displays and demonstrations. Free entry and parking. 0141 8156653
Williamwood High School Get seriously fit in a fun and positive way. Learn boxing and kickboxing drills. Increase your stamina and conditioning. Great classes for both adults and kids. SAT: 10-11am & SUN: 12-1pm. 5-14-yearolds. £6 or £20 for block of 4. SAT: 11am-12pm & SUN: 1-2pm. 15 years+. £7.50 or £25 for block of 4. 07754 477066 email@example.com Weekly
Safe Place Challenge Whitelee Windfarm 11am, Our Safe Place Challenge is a great event for young people and youth groups, particularly if you are working towards an award or certificate. www.christianaid.org.uk/events/ safe-place-challenge
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Rouken Glen Park 11am. Bring yourself (and your bike) down to the Bike Hub in Rouken Glen and enjoy an easy going, offroad cycle around the Park and pick up some useful cycle skills along the way with our road awareness hints. Facebook
196 Ayr Road, Crookfur Park, Newton Mearns G77 6DT 9am. Teaching the Japanese sword art of Iaido. We welcome female and male students and martial arts returners. Facebook
Weaving Wonders Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre 12pm. Ever wanted to make your own willow basket? Come learn from our professional willow weaver. No booking required. Facebook
The Wee Art Studio 27 Morven Drive, G76 7QE 1pm. Come along and find out about new adult and teenage classes. Activity table for the kids. All welcome. www.theweeartstudio.co.uk Weekly
Combat Concepts Williamwood High School Learn Jeet Kune Do, KMAX, boxing, Thai kickboxing, Filipino Kali plus many more arts and systems that complement Mixed Martial Art all while having fun and getting fit. SAT: 10-11am & SUN: 12-1pm (5-15yrs). SAT: 11am-12pm & SUN: 1-2pm (16+). 07754 477066 www.combatconcepts.org Weekly
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Orchardhill Fusion 12 Church Road, Giffnock G46 6JR 7pm. Orchardhill Fusion is an informal, fun gathering where teenagers can enjoy some time out on a Sunday evening! www.orchardhill.org.uk Weekly
Twist and Shout Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm. An all-star cast from the West End deliver a musical powerhouse of a show that starts with the explosion of Brit Pop in 1962 through to the era of Flower Power and Free Love of the late sixties. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Wednesday 10th Mearns and Whitecraigs Flower Club Broom Parish Church 2pm. Monthly demonstrations. The club holds practical workshops from time to time to offer members the chance to learn new skills. www.safas.org.uk/Mearns
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Babe 2: Pig in the City (1998)
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Eastwood Park Theatre 10:30am. Babe, fresh from his victory in the sheepherding contest, returns to Farmer Hoggett's farm, but after Farmer Hoggett is injured and unable to work, Babe has to go to the big city to save the farm. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Clarkston Halls 2pm, Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces by Alan Yates FNVS. Alan is a registered judge with the National Vegetable Society and will be showing us how to make the best use of space in our gardens. Even though you can’t accommodate a vegetable plot, there are many ways to grow tasty vegetables in small spaces. Admission is free to members and non-members are especially welcome. 0141 620 1435
Four Go Wild in Wellies Carmichael Hall 11am & 1pm. Four Go Wild In Wellies is a whimsical adventure featuring bobble hats, scarves, tents that have a life of their own and, of course, lots of fun in wellies. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Saturday 13th The Lions of Lisbon Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm. Get ready to roar for the finest silverware ever lifted. If you know the history... don't just remember it, relive it. A full cast of ten, plus live band, recreate the humour, passion and occasional calamity of 1967. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Friday 19th In Conversation with Archie MacPherson Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm. MacPherson's broadcasting and writing career spans more than 50 years. A former teacher who rose to prominence at BBC Scotland in the 1960s, becoming one of Britain's most recognisable football presenters and commentators. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk More information on page 6
Robert Ross '100 Years of Remembrance' Coach House, Greenbank Gardens 2pm. Robert will explore the history of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and its horticulture over the past 100 years. Tickets £5 email@example.com
Monday 15th Martha Eastwood Park Theatre 2pm. One day Martha has an unexpected visitor and her life will never be the same again. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Saturday 20th Ae Fond Kiss Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm, Nonsense Room Productions bring the story of Robert Burns to the stage with a talented cast of actormusicians. Rabbie is your guide with quirky commentary, amusing and poignant interaction and renditions of famous poems and songs including Ae Fond Kiss, Red Red Rose, Auld Lang Syne and many more. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
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Little Red Riding Hood's Musical Adventure Eastwood Park Theatre 1pm, From the creative team behind the hugely popular Hairy Maclary Show, Little Red Riding Hood is a fun, original musical for children, with live music and loveable characters. www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk
Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm, Shy accountant Leo Bloom wants nothing more than to be a Broadway Producer, and when he is assigned to do the books for seasoned pro Max Bialystock he discovers that in theory "you can make more money with a flop than with a hit". Bialystock, driven by greed, hatches a plan - they are going to put on the worst show on Broadway and make a million dollars each. www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk Running until Saturday 27th
Sunday 21st Creepy Crafting Whitelee Windfarm 12pm, The countryside rangers will help participants to carve pumpkins and create Jack o’lanterns.The session, is free but requires booking. www.nts.org.uk/visit/events More information on page 10
Tuesday 23rd Busby Flower Club Redhurst Hotel 7:30pm, Lynn Stott will give her presentation “Autumn Glory” www.safas.org.uk/Busby/
Friday 26th Monster Mash Whitelee Windfarm 6:30pm, It’s a great opportunity to get creative with a costume. There will be a range of activities on offer, from games to spooky story time. No booking is required for this event www.nts.org.uk/visit/events More information on page 10
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Busby Hotel 12pm. East Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce are piloting an informal get together where you can come along and talk digital with fellow business people. www.eastrenchamber.org.uk
Can you Catch the Killer Eastwood House, Giffnock 7pm. Can You Catch The Killer the interactive murder mystery game where it's up to YOU to prove your worth as a detective by solving a heinous killing brings you Momento Mori. www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk
Saturday 27th Fright Night
Greenbank House It’s said that this is the date that the ghostly residents of Greenbank decide to appear, so it might be a good idea to take a friend with you. There are three 45-minute Fright Nights starting at various times and for over 12s only. Tickets cost £12 and can be booked at www.nts.org.uk/visit/events/frightnights-at-greenbank-garden.
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Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm, The only show to be endorsed by the CASH family. With singer/songwriter Clive John, our own 'June Carter ' and the 'Roadshow Horns' all accompanied by emotive screen visuals. This is simply the best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world. www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk
Halloween Baby Disco Carmichael Hall 10am & 1pm, Join us in this spooktacular Halloween Baby Disco! Bring your little pumpkins, fairies and ghouls along to play party games, boogie to the beats and do the monster mash! Suitable for 0-4 years old. www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk
Eastwood Park Art Room Workshop 12:30pm, A basic introduction to screen-printing, including the techniques to get you started, how to create a multi-layered design and print onto fabric www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk
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Wednesday 31st The Cripple of Inishmaan Webster's Theatre, Great Western Road Giffnock Theatre Players present Martin McDonagh's dark comedy which was a West End and Broadway hit, with Daniel Radcliffe in title role. Tickets £15/13. 07518 201756 • 0141 357 4000 firstname.lastname@example.org www.websterstheatre.com Running until Saturday Nov 3rd
Wednesday 31st Hocus Pocus Eastwood Park Theatre 7:30pm. After three centuries, three witch sisters are resurrected in Salem, Massachusetts on Halloween night, and it is up to two teenagers, a young girl, and an immortal cat to put an end to their reign of terror once and for all. www.eastwoodparktheare.co.uk
Friday 2nd Nov Diwali Dhammal: Dance, Food & Drinks Whitecraigs Rugby Club 7pm-12am. Celebrating Diwali Festival, the evening includes a 3-course meal, DJ VIPs and bar. Tickets: Adults (10 years+) £22, Kids (2-9 years old) £11. Under 2s Free. Tickets from: Gaurav 07768 037013 Cargi 07919 513939 Rahul 07718 996905
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GET SET FOR UNIVERSAL CREDIT
Residents in East Renfrewshire are being offered a helping hand following the roll out of the new Universal Credit. A change to the benefits system, by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), will see benefits such as housing benefit, income support, income-based job seekers allowance, income-based employment support allowance, child tax credits and working tax credits replaced by one Universal Credit payment. From September 26, the change affects only those of working age claiming for the first time or if there is a major change in circumstances.
The council and various organisations will be helping people to understand and prepare for the credit system changes. Councillor Danny Devlin said: “Universal credit marks a significant change for our local residents, so I‘m pleased that all organisations involved are working together to help those affected in East Renfrewshire prepare for the introduction.
“Whether you need information on eligibility, require support completing the online form, are looking for some tips on People who are currently in receipt budgeting or need some digital training, there is help available of one or more of the listed through East Renfrewshire benefits will transfer to Universal Council and our partners.” Credit between 2019 and 2023.
The latest eye exam technology arrives in Newton Mearns SPECSAVERS in Newton Mearns now has exclusive 3D scanning technology in store, allowing Optometrists to view customers’ eyes in more detail than ever before. The Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) machine is a cutting-edge piece of equipment, usually found in hospital eye departments. It has a variety of functions including screening and management of conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. The technology produces a structural scan of the eye, including layers of the eye that would not normally be visible using traditional eye testing techniques. The method creates multiple scan slice images that are built up to form a total image. The scan takes just a few seconds and is non-contact and painless. Store director, Emma Robb, says: ‘We now have the ability to carry out our most detailed eye exam yet. Given that nearly half of all sight loss is preventable*, the sooner we can detect conditions, the sooner we can help manage them. The picture provided by the OCT scan allows us to detect a wide range of conditions and manage these or refer customers for treatment in the most effective way. ‘We’re delighted to be able to offer Newton Mearns customers the benefit of this innovative new technology.’ OCT scans are a free service in addition to the normal eye test and can be requested when the appointment is booked or when the customer arrives in store.
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WORK OUT WHO DUNNIT AT THEATRE SHOWING An exciting interactive theatre experience will offer great entertainment for people who enjoy solving a murder mystery. Can You Catch The Killer? at Eastwood Park Theatre on Saturday October 27 at 7pm relies on the audience to put their investigative minds to the test and solve a gruesome killing. Momento Mori tells the creepy tale of the death of a businesswoman’s daughter in Victorian times.
death as they unfold and then the fun begins when you get to interrogate each suspect and work out just what happened. Dressing up is strongly encouraged, so whether you fancy yourself as a Sherlock Holmes, Poirot or even Taggart, make sure you have your crime-solving hat on.
With her suitors as the suspects, and a suspicious note found in her hands reading “true love never dies”, it promises to be a perplexing and mysterious case.
This event is recommended for over 18s only. Tickets cost £27.50 and include a buffet dinner and drink. To book your place, call the box office on 0141 577 4956.
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This month: 3: UTI IN THE ELDERLY If a Urinary tract infection is suspected, a doctor will take a urine sample and sometimes a blood test. The infection may be treated with a simple round of antibiotics. Infection prevention with some simple tips and rules: 1 Make sure the elderly person stays hydrated – this can be a difficult struggle if they are embarrassed about incontinence – always provide their favourite drink in an accessible area – encourage water as cranberry juice may irritate some infections that are already present in some people. 2 Make access to the bathroom as easy and as frequently as possible.
Offer incontinence aids or bed pans to reassure them. Encourage good hygiene by providing wet wipes to make cleaning easier. 3 Avoid perfumed soaps, toilet papers. 4 All linens, towels, underwear or bed pans that come in contact with even a small amount of urine should be sanitised frequently to kill bacteria. 5 Consult your doctor – advice is better than treating yourself with home remedies. I hope the advice I have offered in the last 3 sessions have helped build an insight into a very common and distressing condition. Keep safe!
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Dillon and Fraser also have plans to expand their services and aim to make it to the top of the mixology market in Scotland.
A 23-year-old Clarkston cocktail maker is using a mix of skills and experience from working in the industry to launch his own business. Dillon Barrie has teamed up with business partner Fraser Cruikshank, 26, from Bellahouston, to launch a professional cocktailmaking service called Raise the Bar Glasgow. The duo have a passion for mixology and the hospitality industry. They set the business up earlier this year and are keen to deliver more events in the local area. Dillon said: “We both gained a wealth of experience while
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Dillon added: “In the near future, we hope to be involved with festivals and markets, as well as occasionally hosting cocktail nights at pop up locations. We want to share our passion for mixology and become Scotland’s most desirable cocktail events company.” To find out more or to book for an event visit the Raise the Bar Glasgow Facebook page: www. facebook.com/raisethebarglasgow.
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A KICK START FOR TWO SWAP SHOP EVENTS fun FOR COLLECTOR KIDS FOOTIE LOVERS MOVIE MASK
A local youth football club is looking for fresh faces to get involved with its newly formed team. East Ren FC was set up earlier this year and the club is now on the look out for aspiring young players to join their new team. Players of any position, born 2003/04, are encouraged to come along for a try out.
The club trains every Sunday evening at 5.30pm at Pro Soccer based within Rouken Glen Park. Youngsters will also be able to take part in Saturday afternoon games in the Paisley and Johnstone district youth football league.
If your children are keen collectors of Pokemon cards or LEGO figures, they will enjoy two October school holiday events taking place in Newton Mearns this month. The first event at the Waterstones store in the Avenue Centre is a Pokemon swap shop on Friday October 12 from noon to 2pm. Fans can come along to swap old or duplicate cards and try to track down the Pokemon that’s missing from their Pokedex. Organisers promise there are even a couple of PokeGyms right next to the shop, so PokemonGo! afficionados can also get involved in the fun. The following Friday, October 19, also from noon to 2pm,
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Waterstones will host a LEGO minifigure swap shop. Children can try to find the missing figurine in their collection or perhaps discover a missing Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts piece. There is a chance to meet likeminded young people and to share your expert knowledge. To find out more information about both of these events, which have been arranged to take place during the October school break, visit www.waterstones.com/ bookshops/newton-mearns or call the shop directly on 0141 616 3933.
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A CHARITY DOG ROUKEN GLEN JOIN IN THE PARK GOES FOR TOP WALK Dog owners and dog lovers are invited to take
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part in a sponsored walk for a charity that works to support survivors of childhood trauma. The Big Bark in the Park is a family-friendly event and takes place at Rouken Glen Park on Sunday October 7.
Locals are being urged to back Rouken Glen Park as it goes for the title of Peopleâ€™s Choice at the Green Flag Awards. The park has successfully received a Green Flag award for the eighth year in a row â€“ and now it is hoped it will be named the Peopleâ€™s Choice by Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Adults and children, especially those with pet dogs, are welcome to sign up to take part in the scenic 5km stroll, which starts at 11am. Registration is free, with participants requested to aim to raise at least ÂŁ50 in sponsorship, which will be donated to the charity Open Secret.
The public vote will decide the 10 best parks and open spaces across the UK. The Peopleâ€™s Choice top 10 will be announced on October 16. Last year, the park was named the best in Scotland for the second year running.
Open Secret is a service of the wider voluntary organisation Wellbeing Scotland. It supports adult survivors of childhood abuse and trauma. Working with all ages, the charity provides confidential, holistic support services, which include counselling, advocacy, informal support and group work.Â Â Â All four-legged friends taking part in the sponsored walk will receive a goody bag halfway round the walk as a reward for their good work. For more information about the walk see www. eventbrite.co.uk/o/opensecret-12778676936. For further details about Open Secret see www.wellbeingscotland.org.
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PUDSEY VISITS LOCAL SHOW Busby & Clarkston Horticultural Society was delighted to welcome charity mascot, Pudsey Bear, to its annual show last month. The popular show, which took place in Clarkston Halls, raised funds for the chosen good cause, Children in Need, this year. Pudsey Bear was there to open the show on September 1 and to welcome the general public. Convener for Busby & Clarkston Horticultural Society, Fergus Cumming, said: â€œWe had a great day at the show and it was wonderful to have Pudsey Bear there. â€œWe believe the final figure for donations and proceeds on the day
for Children in Need should be in excess of ÂŁ300. The societyâ€™s committee also contributed with their own personal Pudsey sunshine boxes.â€? The show had a new layout this year with local traders forming a Market Street down one side of the hall. There were also exhibits of flowers, vegetables, pot plants, handicrafts, baking, floral art and photography, as well as a childrenâ€™s section with Pudseyrelated items. Fergus added: â€œThe
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â€œLocal MP Jackson Carlaw also paid a visit to the show and said he was suitably impressed with the standard of exhibits. â€œIâ€™d like to say a very big thank you to the 121st Clarkston Scout Troup, who assisted in many ways with the show, including looking after Pudsey. â€œThanks also to everyone who supported the show from exhibitors to the general public.â€? See bachs.co.uk for more details about the society.
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