SKIRVING STREET FAIR
As part of the 'playing out' initiative My Shawlands and the businesses of Skirving Street held a day of 'good ol' fashioned family fun' Skirving Street was closed to traffic for a safe environment to let the kids reclaim the street for outdoor play.
SHAWLANDS STREET PARTY
Carment Community Group hosted the Shawlands Street Party in June 2019! As last year was so much fun and the community spirit was so overwhelming they could not resist doing it again. A fantastic day filled with great live music, face painters, henna artist, 'Bricks4Kidz', hula hoop performance and workshop, fantastic live dancers, a market place, beer tent, street food and so much more! They held a quiet hour from 1-2pm before the music began, for anyone who wanted to enjoy the street party atmosphere minus the noise!
The Southside Fringe corked collaboratively with the My Shawlands BID and Baldy Bane Theatre Company on a community extravaganza to deliver this community showcase celebrating the wealth of diversity in the Southside of Glasgow. A procession started at midday where groups, schools, businesses and acts showcased the Southside diversity by created a riot of colour and entertainment! This finished at the civic square where everyone enjoyed an afternoon of quality live entertainment from local schools and content drawn from the 2019 Southside Fringe Festival programme. This was complemented by stalls populated by Shawlands' businesses with plenty to keep the kids amused too!
PREFERRED TRADE WASTE SUPPLIER
Changeworks Recycling is delighted to be appointed as the preferred supplier for waste and recycling in the My Shawlands BID. By using our services businesses in the city centre have received a hassle-free service without the worry of putting waste on the streets and potential fines. We are experienced in providing innovative solutions for businesses of all types and sizes.
If you do not have a solution in place or want to find out more, arrange a meeting with Jennifer. Call 07741 655417 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TRADE WASTE REGULATIONS
The Council is changing its procedure for the way businesses put their trade waste containers out on public spaces. Trade waste will only be allowed on the streets at certain times of day. This means you will need to store your business waste in your own premises or land and then put it out for collection during a pre-arranged time slot. Please see the links below for more information.
Trade Waste procedures Glasgow City Council
Phase 2 information leaflet