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Eastwood ConnectWelcome!WELCOME to the first edition ofEastwood Connect.Our popular series of Connectmagazines are brought to you byNewsquest Clyde and Forth andHerald and Times Magazines, thepublishers behind trusted titles suchas Barrhead News and High Flyer.Eastwood Connect is your communityThe keys tomagazine, keeping you in the loop with newsEastwood's newand events from the local centre. TurnOur first issue is packed with page 18 formore.From updates about the new Eastwood CareCentre (page 18 and 19) to our what’s onguide on page 16, there’s plenty inside to keepyou in the loop with what’s happening locally.We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone who hassupported our first edition, we hope you enjoy.Until next time,Team ConnectContactsEditorialIf you have a story you would like to beincluded in a future issue of EastwoodConnect contact:Nicola 302 7741Maxine 302 7742AdvertisingTo find out how the magazine can help yourbusiness connect with new 0141 302 7033Cover image courtesy of East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure TrustSummer/Autumn 20163

Eastwood ConnectCommunity ContactsPolice andEmergencyServicesPolice Scotland:101 (999 in anemergency)Council contactsEast RenfrewshireCouncil GeneralEnquiries:0141 577 3001Council TaxPayment:0141 577 3002Pest Control:0141 577 30014Summer/Autumn 2016Housing Services:0141 577 3714CouncillorsCouncillor JimFletcher (Labour):0141 639 0265CouncillorGordon Wallace(Conservative):07486 060028Councillor VincentWaters (SNP):07703887170CommunityGiffnock Library:0141 577 4976Eastwood RecreationCentre:0141 577 4956Giffnock SoccerCentre:0747 308 080028th Glasgow(Giffnock) ScoutGroup:0141 638 0282SchoolsOur Lady of theMissions PrimarySchool:0141 570 7280St. Ninians HighSchool:0141 577 2000Woodfarm HighSchool:0141 577 2600ChurchesOrchardhill ParishChurch:0141 638 3604Giffnock SouthParish Church:0141 638 2599The Park Church:0141 620 2204Giffnock URCChurch:0141 638 3052Shawlands Church:0141 639 9059

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Eastwood ConnectAre you thetype to savea life?EASTWOOD residents are being urged topay it forward this November at a blooddonation drive.Locals will have the chance to take a momentand give back at the next session on Wednesday,November 30.The Scottish National Blood TransfusionService (SNBT) will set up shop in the village’sChurch of Broom on Broom Road East.The event will offer the ideal opportunityfor people to pay it forward and make a realdifference not only in their own community, butthe whole of Scotland.The first session will kick off at 2pm and rununtil 3.45pm before resuming at 5.15pm until7.30pmThe process of giving blood is quick andsimple.After filling in a donor health check questionnaireand having a check up from a nurse, a donorshaemoglobin (iron) level will be tested to ensurethey can actually spare a pint of blood.Once everything is checked and in order, theywill then make their donation.6Summer/Autumn 2016KGEach donation takes around 10 to 15 minutesand staff aim to take around 470mls of blood with additional samples for testing.This may sound like a lot but is actually lessthan a pint in total.Donors will have a team member with themat all times to ensure they are comfortable andhappy with the process.Every day Scottish patients receive lifeenhancing or life-saving treatments using theblood donated.Within 24 hours of a donation, blood isprocessed, tested and available for use.However, figures reveal that only five per centof the population currently give blood.To find out more, visit


Eastwood ConnectA lesson in space and timeA GIFFNOCK student isamongst 10 youngsters whoembarked on a trip to infinityand beyond.The youngsters made thetrip to NASA’S Johnson SpaceCentre in Houston, Texas withthe University of StrathclydeFaculty of Engineering’s ScottishSpace School in October.Connie Edgar from St Ninian’sHigh School joined otherScottish pupils, who earnedtheir place on the trip after aweek-long Space School eventat the University of Strathclydeto inspire young people toconsider careers in engineering.They were offered a rareopportunity to meet astronauts,engineers and scientists workingon the space programme.Speaking ahead of athclyde’sFacultyofEngineering, said: “The ScottishSpaceSchoolhasbeenattended by many young peoplewho have since progressed tosuccessful careers with links totheir experiences with us.“The trip to Houston isa fantastic opportunity forthis year’s pupils to see forthemselves some of the world’sleading professionals in scienceand engineering. They showedgreat promise at the SpaceSchool and will be shown thevast range of possible careersopen to them.”3D DESIGNEXAMPLEStuart GeddesManaging Director Real Design advice Genuine value Great product choice Time spent with ourcustomersCheck out ourreviews online.Struggling to buy from the big retailers.?Call for some friendly advice on 0141 255 2080Email: or small we design them all. We take the time to care!8Summer/Autumn 2016

Back to SchoolGlasgow’s official stockistof uniforms for leadingIndependent and StateSchools192 Fenwick Road,Giffnock,G46 6UE,0141 638 7689157 Byres Road,Glasgow,G12 8TS,0141 357 0400cALLFOrLATESTDEALSLATEST DEALSBLAckpOOL ILLumINATIONSMini-BreakNEIL DIAmONDTriBuTe WeekendWe head to the Arrochar Hotel on theshores of Loch Long to sip some red, redwine as we enjoy a toe-tapping tribute toNeil Diamond. Sure to be cracklin’ rosie!You’ll be staying at a mystery hotelfrom the GLENTON collection andwe include an illuminations drive, plusplenty of time to explore Blackpool.Holiday Code: GEBLUN3 DAY ONLY 129Fri 16 SepKLimited number of single rooms available without supplementpITLOchrY’SenchanTed ForesTGrade II listed Bodelwyddan Castle is setin woodland and home to the NationalPortrait Gallery’s Victorian Collection.This outstanding Warner hotel steps upa gear when the entertainment teampresent a sensational West End show themed extravaganza!Staged in Pitlochry’s Faskally Woods, thisaward winning event is an out of this worldlighting show. Expect glittering visualdisplays and innovative design against thestunning backdrop of autumn woodlandall accompanied by original music. You’llbe staying at the elegant Fishers Hotel in the heart of Pitlochry.Included Excursions: Llandudno Betws-y-Coed & Llanberis.Holiday Code: GEBOWS5 DAYS ONLY 299Mon 31 OctFri 16 DecHoliday Code: GSPIFNSun 16 OctLliveentertainmentnightlyStay at the superb Eviston House Hotelin the heart of Killarney and enjoy Irishhospitality and great entertainment.Look forward to a rip-roaring party nightsinging along to traditional tunes. You’llhave a free day to enjoy Killarney andexcursions take us to the stunning Ringof Kerry as well as the seaport city of Cork.Holiday Code: GEMYSN3 DAYS ONLY 1295 DAYS fROm 249Mon 24 OctMHoliday Code: GIKIENISingle room supplement 50Limited number of single rooms available without supplementExperience the season of goodwill atthe Royal Albert Hall Christmas Festivalas you listen to traditional carols at thisworld famous event. You’ll be stayingat the Ramada Hatfield and we includefree time to sightsee as well as a twocourse pre concert meal.3 DAYS fROm 199LSingle room supplement 16kILLArNEYhouse ParTyThis magical event features a flotillaof illuminated boats floating on theRiver Derwent, a dazzling fireworksdisplay, entertainment at a bandstandand interesting stalls to browse inDerwent Gardens. You’ll be staying in acomfortable, well located hotel from the GLENTON collection.Fri 21 Oct2 DAYS fROm 109Sun 2 OctKLimited number of single rooms available without supplementmATLOck BAThilluMinaTionsGLENTON pArTY BrEAkcArOLS BY cANDLELIGhTaT The royal alBerT hallaT BlackPool’s Queens hoTelinClUDeStiCKetFOr rOyalalBerthallJoin the GLENTON team as we kick off theparty season in style staying at Blackpool’soutstanding Queens Hotel. Enjoy games,competitions and prizes along with liveentertainment as we dance away the darknights. We include a visit to Manchester’s IntuTrafford Centre and return home via Carlisle.Included Excursions: Trafford Centre CarlisleHoliday Code: GELOUN3 DAYS fROm 139Fri 11 NovJHoliday Code: GEBLQSKSingle room supplement 10Single room supplement 45FrEEphONE 08000 24 24 24PRICE INCLUDES:Holiday Code: GSARAN3 DAYS ONLY 129Fri 18 NovFri 7 OctLimited number of single rooms available without supplementWArNEr BODELWYDDANcASTLE eXTraVaGanZaGLENTONhOLIDAYS.cOm Meals as stated† Return coach travel Convenient local departure points Excursions as stated Welcome pack Free holiday insurance optionSOuThpOrTluXury chrisTMasNEWcASTLEinTu MeTro cenTreWe make an early startand head direct toNewcastle’s bustling IntuMetro Centre- a shoppingmecca with over threehundred stores as well as a goodselection of cafes. Our journey home ispunctuated with a refreshing stop for high tea.DAY TRIP ONLY 39The song says it’s the mostwonderful time of the yearso be sure to make the mostof the season of goodwill onour 5 day holiday at the fourstar Ramada Plaza Hotel in thecentre of Southport. Sit back andwait to be picked up from your front doorbefore enjoying full festive board and an excursion to Liverpool,a traditional pantomime plus a premium GLENTON welcome pack.Wed 9 NovSat 26 NovDeparts: Hamilton 06:30 Glasgow 07:00 Bathgate 07:45 Edinburgh 08:45hOGmANAYin oBanThe GLENTON favouriteRegent Hotel stands inthe level esplanade whichcommands lovely view acrossthe bay. Enjoy dinner each eveningplus champagne cocktail and canapésfollowed by a five course Scottish banquet before seeing in the bells asthe Caledonian Ferries blast their fog horns to welcome 2017.4 DAYS ONLY 3595 DAYS ONLY 549Fri 23 DecDoor to Door* service*Conditions apply.Fri 30 DecDeparts: Hamilton Glasgow East Kilbride†Excludes day trips.TELEphONE NumBEr 0141 374 2465 GLENTONhOLIDAYS.cOmSummer/Autumn 20169

Eastwood ConnectWho do you think you are?EASTWOOD residents willhave a chance to unearththeir family history thanksto a free course at theirlocal library.An Induction to Ancestry willoffer locals the chance to delvedeep into the archives anddiscover who they really are aswell as the opportunity to dustoff any skeletons that may belurking in the closet.Thanks to popular TV showWho Do You Think You Are,more people are interested infinding out more about whothey are and how their familiescame to be than ever before.However, there’s no escapingthat finding the tools or indeedjust knowing where to start canbe easier said than done.With that in mind, the teamat Mearns Library and GiffnockLibrary will guide participantsthroughtheprocessofsearching their family tree,offering access to a rangeof free resources on theirdoorstep.The informal sessions willoffer history hunters the chanceto master the basics to ensurethey’ll be scouring through themillions of records available onthe web.Sessions are open toeveryone and can be bookedby contacting each library.The first event will take placeat Mearns Library on Tuesday,November 8 between 2.30pmand 4pm and can be bookedby calling 0141 577 4979.Alternatively,asecondsession will take place onThursday, December 15 from10am until 11.30am at GiffnockLibrary.Anyone interested in bookingshould call staff on 0141 5774976:KHUH 0RGHUQ 7UDGLWLRQ 0HHW ǯ Ǥ10Summer/Autumn 20165FM 8FC XXX NJDIBFMBOHFMPTHMBTHPX DP VLW

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Eastwood ConnectFestive fun for thewhole familyLOCALSfromacrossEastwood are set to get intothe festive spirit with a littlehelp from a number eventstaking place throughout thearea.Giffnock residents are beinginvited to spread Christmascheer at the Giffnock VillageChristmas Lights and FireworksSpectacular this November.The fun-filled event will offerfor guests of all ages to enjoy,including live entertainment,a visit from Hoot’s Owls and aFather Christmas will pop by tojoin in the fun.Families can check out thefree event between 1pm and6pm on November 12.The following weekend localsare being urged to get readyfor A Very Merry ClarkstonChristmas ahead of this festiveseason.The annual extravaganza willkick off at 1pm on Saturday,November 19 offering localsand visitors the chance to getready for the most magical timeof year.Guests can expect liveentertainment, fun fair rides,a fireworks display as well asa visit from the man himself –Santa.Festivities begin at 1pm andrun until 6pm.Deliciousnew menunowavailable!12Summer/Autumn 2016

Glasgow’s Hidden TreasureVenture just a fewminute’s walk from thecity centre and you willstumble across one ofGlasgow’s true hiddengems. Little-Persia, withinLove-Rugs, is dmade Persian andOriental rugs. With over2,000 hand-knotted worksof art for the floor on sale;the selection, colours andhistory will tranport you tothe markets and bazaarsof Tehran.Afghanistan,Pakistan,Turkey and China thereare rugs to suit almost anyinterior. In-store there aretribal weavings from aslittle as 95 up to perfectlywovenmasterpieces;meticulously knotted overthe course of years byrevered craftsmen, for asmuch as 34,995.Little-Persia has grownover the last 13 years tohost to one of the UK’smost unique collections ofrugs. With pieces from allover Iran (Persia), India,Little-Persia11-13 Commerce StreetGlasgowG5 8AB0141 420 6989www.little-persia.comExplore the colours andhistoryonofferatLittle-Persia this monthand enjoy a 5% discountby showing this article.An antique Afshar rug from south-east Iranplaced in modern dining area - a perfect mix ofold meets newall shapes, sizes & fabrics budget to designerRugs for every tasteLove-Rugs is Scotland’s largestrug store with a wide selection ofmodern,contemporaryantraditional rugs on offer bothin-store and online. The selectionranges from traditional patternedmachine-maderugstoultra-modern focal pieces in arange of fabrics, shapes andsizes.Summer Savings10% off any rug using voucher code*:‘Love-Rugs-Eastwood’ those with something moreunique in mind, Love-Rugs is oneof the UK’s leading specialists incustom made rugs, creating rugsto your own design, colours andsize requirements.Love-Rugs11-13 Commerce StreetGlasgowG5 8AB0141 420* Discount can be used in-store or online, one use per customer. Offer expires end of August 2016. Not to be used with other offers.Summer/Autumn 201613

Eastwood ConnectA spotlight on Eastwood HouseBUILT sometime between the 1840s and1850s, Eastwood House sits on the groundsof an ancient forest only felled in the 18thcentury.The house and the surrounding estate waspurchased by Thomas Smith, a wealthy Glasgowmerchant, in 1845. It then passed through thehands of many wealthy businessmen includingDavid Tod of Tod & McGregors shipbuilding.One of the most well-known owners wasWilliam Weir who founded the Cathcart engineersG&J Weir. His business is still around today asWeir Pumps.During his residency Eastwood House hostedmany fetes with celebrities such as Laurel andHardy and the politician Stanley Baldwin.In 1968, Renfrew County Council acquiredthe house and it was formerly reopened by LordLieutenant Viscount Muirshiel in 1976 after amuch needed refurbishment. Eastwood Househas long been used as a community space, hiredout for weddings and other social functions.Along with the other community halls, thehouse has come under the control of theEast Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust,established in July 2015. Features inside includesome original cornices, a grand chandelier abovea grand stairway and a tartan carpet throughout.A stunning building, it serves as a uniquewedding and events venue.To get in touch call 0141 577 3900.Kip McGrath Education CentreGiffnock/Newton MearnsMaths & English Tuition by Qualified TeachersThe Kip McGrath TuitionCentre Giffnock/NewtonMearns is based inSpiersbridge BusinessPark. We cover EastRenfrewshire and thesurrounding areasincluding: GiffnockNewton MearnsClarkstonBusbyDarnleyWhether your child is in Primary 1, making thetransition from Primary 7 to Secondary school orpreparing for SQA exams, our qualified teachers arehighly experienced and achieve excellent results.We offer a FREE assessment, without obligation, todetermine the level your child is working at within theScottish Curriculum for Excellence.Our students attend the centre each week for an 80minute lesson which has been specifically preparedfor them based on their unique learning needs.Louise Morton, the new centre manager since June2016, is delighted to continue to offer high qualitytuition to all students.Parent reviewMy daughter Heathercomes here for mathstuition for S2 level withher tutor Susan. She wasdoing ok in Maths butlacked confidence andwanted to make sureshe got to do National 5Maths and had a few lowmarks in tests throughoutthe year. She has sailedthrough to Nat 5 andat parents’ evening lastweek, her teacher saidshe was doing great andin the 90% range and hadimproved dramatically inpast 6 months. We arehaving a break for theSummer but will definitelybe back in August.Mrs McHughTo book a FREE assessment or for further information call: 0141 638 0333 or 07715675279or email giffnocknewtonmearns@kip-mcgrath.comFollow us on Facebook: Mearns14Summer/Autumn 2016

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Eastwood ConnectWhat’s onSTUCK in a rut for things to do thisautumn? Fear not, we've rounded upsome of the best events happeningin the area.Wine connoisseurs won’t want to missthe monthly Wine Circle, whilst ChristmasCrafts gives people the chance to getcrafty ahead of the holidays.ine Circleperland W irst Thursday of eachmtaSt:n3 (FEve, NovemberdayDate: Thursmonth)allClarkston HLocation:pmTime: 7.30seurs, theeeCost: Frine connoiswrfostThursdayum:Aon the firsttseeWhat’s onmeclce for memd Wine Cirers the chanffStamperlanhoicIth.wthnaroeach mut the yeevening ofns througho ew membersotitansereyp.Nbers to enjo ative and inspirationalthermntries acrossfouincothombofrearesybinwetinnwr ownr dif fereto make theican discovewohnwoe shworld and armembers.gntiisextheDate: Monday, November 21Location: Fairweather Hall, NewtonMearnsTime: 7.30pmCost: Free after first meeting thenmembership availableWhat’s on: The Guild offers warmwelcome to all for those interested intextile arts. Each meeting offers people thechance to share ideas, suggestions andtips for those keen to make the most of theskill. Refreshments and treats available.EVENT: Wholefoods MummiesMorningDate: Monday, November 7Location: Wholefoods Market, GiffnockTime: 9am-10amCost: FreeWhat's on: A chance to meet fellow mums in the areafor a chat and a light breakfast every Monday in thecafé. The event takes places every Monday offering newmums and those who have been attending for a while tomeet new and like-minded folk.EVENT: Glasgow Farmers MarketDate: First Saturday of every monthLocation: Queens ParkTime: 10am-2pmCost: FreeWhat’s on: Located at the corner of Pollokshaws Road andLangside Avenue, this farmers market showcases a superbarray of fresh produce from over 30 stallholders. Onsiteentertainment completes the market experience.16Summer /Autumn 2016EVENT: RenfrewshireEmbroiders’ GuildEVENT: ChristmascraftsDate: Monday, December 12Location: AlbertslundCommunity Centre, NewtonMearnsTime: 7pm-9pmCost: FreeWhat’s on: With Christmasjust around the corner there hasnever been a better opportunityto get a little crafty. Get creativeand make your own decorations– including trinkets for the treeand festive wreaths. Great funfor those with artistic flare whoare looking for something alittle different this year. Bookingrequired, call 0141 577 4053.GaD

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FRE20%Eastwood ConnectFor the love of booksChildren can read froma selection of 100 bookschosen by a panel ofteachers,librarians,booksellers and parentsor from other books ortexts they are interestedin.Prizes will be awardedfor schools and pupils whoprovide inspiring accountsof their rewarding readingjourneys, which in turn can18Summer/Autumn 2016encouragemoreyoungpeople to take part.FirstMinisterNicolaSturgeonlaunchedtheReading Challange in August.Schools can sign up by visitingwww.readingchallenge.scotCulture Secretary FionaHyslop said: “In less thantwo months, 60% of primaryschools across the countryhave signed up to the FirstMinister’s Reading Challenge,and I would encourage moreschools to get involved.”“It is encouraging childrento embrace the joy of readingfrom an early age, and willenrich their lives as theytravel on their journey throughschool education and beyond.“Every child in Scotlandshouldhaveanequalopportunity to experiencethe lifelong advantages thatreading for pleasure brings.”CalTHMMCALLOR T

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Eastwood ConnectThe key to a more caring futureEASTWOOD residents aremaking the most of a widerrange of health services ontheir doorstep as the new 15 million Eastwood Healthand Care Centre opened itsdoors.Situated on Drumbry Crescent,thestate-of-the-artcentrewelcomed patients on Monday,8 August. It will provide theEastwoodcommunitywithaccess to a wide range of healthand social care services underone roof for the first time.The project is a ,NHSGreater Glasgow and Clydeand East Renfrewshire Councilin partnership with hub WestScotland and the ScottishFutures Trust.The total cost for the buildingis 14.9 million with 9.2 millionprovided by NHSGGC and 5.7 million provided by EastRenfrewshire Council whileGareth Hoskins Architects werethe chosen architects.On receiving the keys tothe centre earlier this summer20 Summer/Autumn 2016NHSGGCChairman,JohnBrown said: “I am delightedto receive the keys today onthis fantastic new Health andCare Centre. Very soon it willbe home to five GP practicesand community health andcare services including clinics,podiatry,physiotherapy,children’s services, adult mentalhealth services, speech therapy,district nursing, health visitingand social work.“I have every confidence thatthe people of Eastwood will beequally pleased with the resultwhen it opens in just under amonth.”An essential information guidewas issued to all households inthe Eastwood area in July to letthem know how to access andcontact the new centre.JulieMurray,EastRenfrewshire Health and SocialCare Partnership (HSCP) ChiefOfficer, said: “We are veryexcited to be moving into thisbeautiful new building. It offersus real opportunities to workmore closely with GPs and itwill also provide space for ThirdSector and community groups tooffer support and information tolocal people.“TogetherwithBarrheadHealth and Care Centre, whichopened in 2011, this provides thepeople of East Renfrewshire withfantastic modern facilities, fit forthe future delivery of integratedhealth and care services.”

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Eastwood Healthand Care CentreOpening 8 August 2016The state-of-the-art Eastwood Health andCare Centre located in Drumby Crescent,Clarkston, will offer the Eastwood communityaccess to a wide range of health and socialcare services under one roof for the first time.The five existing GP practices in theEastwood area moving into the new centreDrs Morrice, Masson and GeddesClarkston Medical Centre, 75 Busby Road,Clarkston, G76 7BWT: 0141 451 0620Drs Boardman, King, Earl and BoydClarkston Medical Centre, 75 Busby Road,Clarkston, G76 7BWT: 0141 451 0610Maclean Medical Practice400 Clarkston Road, Muirend, G44 3QGClinics, podiatry, physiotherapy, children’s services,(Muirend site only, Eaglesham will remain open)adult mental health services, speech therapy,T: 0141 451 0670district nursing, health visiting and social work aremoving into the centre together with five existingGiffnock Medical CentreGP practices.261 Fenwick Road, Giffnock, G46 6JXThe centre will also house a social enterprise café(re-named Eastwoodmains in the new centre)which will provide employability opportunitiesT: 0141 451 0630for people using day services across EastRenfrewshire and will also be open to the public.Elmwood Medical PracticeThe 15m project is being delivered by East3 Elmwood Avenue, Newton Mearns, G77 6EHRenfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership,T: 0141 451 0650East Renfrewshire Council and NHS GreaterIf you are registered with any of the aboveGlasgow and Clyde in partnership with hub Westpractices, you should use the above telephoneScotland and the Scottish Futures Trust.numbers and attend the new centre fromMonday 8 August 2016.Getting thereFrom this date, the following sites will also moveto the new centre; Clarkston Clinic, ClarkstonBy bus: Travel via the 374/375 SPT bus serviceSocial Work Office, Eastwood Mental Healthbetween

Waters (SNP): 07703887170 Community Giffnock Library: 0141 577 4976 Eastwood Recreation Centre: 0141 577 4956 Giffnock Soccer Centre: 0747 308 0800 28th Glasgow (Giffnock) Scout Group: 0141 638 0282 Schools Our Lady of the Missions Primary School: 0141 570 7280 St. Ninians High School:0141 577 2000 Woodfarm High School: 0141 577 2600 Churches .

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