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Fourteen in numbers

Did you know that in the last 18 months Spirit of Calton has:



Kickstart Grants

Grants of £500 were provided to a range of local groups to deliver a variety of  acitivities during summer 2015.  

The Kickstart grant enabled Scottish Sports Futures to run an eight week programme of activity sessions for 3-5 years olds to encourage physical activity from an early age.  Read more....


On Your Marks!

 Provides small grants of up to £2000 for groups to try something new or to develop an established activty.  In the first Peek118 months £27,654 has been spent locally supporting the community.

The 12 week programme Shine!,  funded by Spirit of Calton engaged 13 children under the age of 12 in a variety of creative activities. Children worked with a professional artist exploring different visual art forms such as using small explosions and fire to create artwork. The ethos underlying the programme was one of experimentation, taking risks and creating. The freedom to explore and use techniques that could be perceived as ‘risky’ served to build the confidence, skills and interests of those taking part. Read More....

Community Celebration Event

 On Sunday 22nd May, the Spirit of Calton panel hosted its first event at St Luke’s in the Calton to showcase some of the Projects. PEEK was commissioned by the Panel to take on the role of planning and coordinating the event to encourage local organisations and people to come together and connect with others over good food and live entertainment. 

Caltonweb1African dancers and choir members from Health4Glasgow entertained the crowd, with food and refreshments being provided by St Luke’s.

Scottish Sports futures, PEEK and Glasgow City Basketball kindly ran a selection sports and play activities for children outside and Free Wheel North were on hand to give children and adults alike free rides on their trikes. Other local organisations were also there providing information and activities showcasing what is currently available in the Calton.

The event was a great success with around 120 people turning out to support their community. Andrew McConnell from Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, who hosted a stall at the event, stated he’d had “a great time at St Luke’s today with Spirit of Calton remarking “There’s so much going on!”

Visit to the Scottish Parliament

Community members from the 6 Scotland communities had the opportunity to share their experiences and aspirationsParliament2 for Fourteen with MSPs over lunch. During the day, Mary Hanratty and Mark Charigwati from the Calton both spoke at length with local MSP John Mason about their community and what they would like to see. 


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