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Lesley McCallum

The Strathbungo Society was saddened to hear of the untimely death of Lesley McCallum last Sunday. Lesley was a stalwart supporter of the Strathbungo Society and former Committee member. Lesley organised and ran the Society Bottle Stall at every ‘Bungo in the Back Lanes’ event since its inception and also hosted many ‘Bungo at the Bells’ events at her home at the corner of Queen Square and Moray Place. Lesley’s help and encouragement of the Society’s work will be sorely missed and the Society passes on its sincere condolences to her husband David, brother Alistair and nephew Jack. Rest in Peace.

Kevin Kane
Chair, The Strathbungo Society

Strathbungo Society AGM Monday 29th October

AGMs play a vital democratic function.  In the Strathbungo Society’s case it helps ensure we remain accountable to all of you in the local community whom we represent and is also an important means of enabling new people to get involved – without this, the Society and all the events we organise would not happen.   So, please think seriously about coming along to our AGM (details below).

We try to make our AGM as informative and enjoyable as possible.  It provides plenty of opportunity for people to contribute – we want your ideas – besides offering tea, coffee, a glass of wine and a chance to meet other people living in the area.  This year we have arranged a speaker from Sustrans, who are leading the work on the South City Way (see here) – an opportunity to talk about other ideas for improving walking and cycling links on the southside.    We will also have small group discussions about local Green Space, focusing on Queen’s Park – Glasgow City Council is currently consulting about its Open Space Strategy (see here), which is essential for everyone’s quality of life.  We would like to feed your ideas and views into that with the aim of improving what we have currently.

The formal business consists of consideration of

The four office bearers act as Trustees for the Charity and report to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator each year.  We are looking for at least one new Office-Bearer, to replace our current Chair, Kevin Kane who is standing down – as he had intended to do last year – and also for new Committee Members.

The formal agenda is set out above.

If you have any questions before the meeting please contact chair@strathbungo.co.uk or treasurer@strathbungo.co.uk.

Strathbungo Newsletter

For those of you not lucky enough to get a shiny paper copy through your door, the latest Strathbungo Newsletter is available now, and you can read it here. It even features our new logo.

It is also filed in the Bygone Bungo newsletter archive with its predecesors.

Trustees’ Report and Independent Examiner’s Report for 2017

The Strathbungo Society is a registered charity and has to produce annual reports and financial statements that meet the requirements of the Office of Scottish Charity Regulator.  The Report from Trustees for the year from 1st May 2016 to 30th April 2017 and the Independent Examiner’s Report on the financial statements were approved at the AGM held on 24th October 2017. They can be read or downloaded by clicking the links.

Strathbungo Society AGM – 7.30pm, 24th October @ Queen’s Park Parish Church

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Come along to review the past year and look forward to what’s coming up. We’ll be hearing about Bygone Bungo and consulting attendees about a range of topics, including options for the red phone box on Nithsdale Road.

We’ll also be electing a new committee, and will be looking for volunteers to help us run the Society over the next year.

STRATHBUNGO SOCIETY AGM – TUESDAY 25 OCTOBER QUEENS PARK CHURCH HALL

The Strathbungo Society AGM will take place  on Tuesday 25th October 2015 at 7.30pm in Queen’s Park Parish Church, 170 Queens Drive, G42 8QZ.
Tea and coffee is available from 7.00pm. All residents of Strathbungo welcome. You’ll find the agenda for the meeting here, and the Trustees’ Report here.

After the very well attended AGM last year, please come and support the Society again.  It’s a great chance to meet members of the Committee, get involved (there are lots of ways to support the work of the Society), meet other residents and hold the Trustees and Committee to account!

After the formal business, Jude Barber from Collective Architecture will give a presentation on the Pollokshields “charrette”, which was the community planning event that took place earlier this year and covered the Nithsdale Road/Drive/Street part of Strathbungo.  Jude will focus her presentation on the Nithsdale area on both sides of the railway.  It’s a great chance to hear ideas for how the area could be improved and to voice your views.

Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting

 

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The next Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting is taking place tomorrow at The Bungo at 7.30pm. With Bungo in the Back Lanes only weeks away. it’s a great way to show interest in helping out or just finding out more about the event.

Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting – March

 

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The next Strathbungo Society monthly meeting is taking place tomorrow, Tuesday 15th March at 7.30pm downstairs at The Bungo. As always, everyone is welcome!

Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting – February 2016

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The next Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting is taking place at 7.30 pm, Tuesday 16th February downstairs at The Bungo.

Items on this month’s agenda include organising March’s Spring Fling and the first Bungo Bake-Off plus forward planning for Bungo in the Back Lanes in June. All are welcome!

Strathbungo Society Monthly Meeting

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The next Strathbungo Society meeting is taking place downstairs at The Bungo on Tuesday 19th January from 7.30-8.30pm. All are welcome!

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