Website re-launched June 2017. All images are free to use where stated -
but the copyright is held by Ken Windsor. 0141 334 9110. firstname.lastname@example.org
Free online Birthday greetings for you to send
to friends and family. This is a FACEBOOK
only feature. Please click below to view the cards.
Vice Chairperson of THE KELVINDALE COMMUNITY COUNCIL
Free online promotional cards for your business, charity or organisation. Please click below to view a selection of our promotional material.
Free online cards for you to send to friends
and family in times of sadness. This is a
FACEBOOK only feature.
Please click below to view the cards.
SOME PEOPLE TALK TO THE TREES -
I TALKED TO THE STARS !
Co-organiser and Webmaster for NETWORK OVER 35.
Regular Disco Dance Party nights at the David Lloyd Club, Renfrew.
Official ScotRail adopters of Kelvindale Railway Station.
A not for profit, community based organisation who want to turn the beautiful Kelvindale Railway Station into a funky open air arts exhibition space. The exhibitions will be accessible to all the family, and make learning about art and artists fun.
Organiser of Glasgow Meetup group -
Free stock images - for you to use as you wish. This is a FACEBOOK only feature. Please click below to view the images.
ART SONG : Unique images which are inspired by song titles together with a You Tube video of the song. A Facebook only feature.
Board member of
THE NORTH GLASGOW COMMUNITY RAIL PARTNERSHIP.
Community rail initiatives such as station enhancements and innovative promotional schemes can help get better value for money from the rail network. These initiatives range from major schemes to people helping to maintain station gardens or the refurbishment of small stations with artwork from local schools.
The Government has a programme of support for Community Rail Partnerships (CRPs) based on its 2004 and 2007 Community Rail Development Strategies. The current strategy aims are:
Increasing ridership, freight use and revenue
Managing costs down
Greater involvement of the local community
Enabling local rail to play a larger role in economic and social regeneration