Alzheimer Scotland – Dementia Together

May 26, 2020

With new themes each week helping connect with ourselves and others when we are all staying safe at home – Dementia Together – connecting people, connecting support. A space where people with dementia, family members and supporters can come together and explore ways of living well with dementia. https://www.dementiatogether.online/

Alzheimer Scotland – What’s Online in May – Nevis Ensemble

May 19, 2020

The Street Orchestra for Scotland have just launched the first Nevis Living Room Ensemble videos, with 160 musicians from 15 countries taking part. Nevis Ensemble will continue their mission to bring music to everyone, everywhere. We have fabulous memories of the Nevis Ensemble concerts in East Dunbartonshire a few years ago. You can view on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujjyYdfNBXM&feature=youtu.be or Facebook – Nevis Ensemble.

Alpha Online

May 19, 2020

We propose to run an Alpha online course starting on Monday 1 June at 7.30pm. Although traditionally the Alpha course was always in person and followed a meal, the lockdown has meant the adapted online course has arrived. This will follow the rest of the usual format with a short video followed by discussion, but the latter will be by way of zoom. It will be very informal and easy going. The video introduces the topic, and the discussion is not aimed at answering the questions people raise, but to allow exploration and discussion in an open atmosphere. We need d though to access people who will not hear about it unless they connect with one of the church social media feeds or get church circulations. It will be in next week’s Village Hug. Could you please tell people you know about it and extend the invitation. You can either just tell them about it, or you can copy and paste the text into an email, whatever is easiest for the recipient to access! There is a taster video they can watch in the link – https://player.vimeo.com/video/357618357 If they know Robin MacLellan, Bert Cooke, Mairi Stewart or Geoff Burns and want to know more about it, they can always call us to ask. If you would like to, please contact Geoff at geoffburns@barnellan.org.uk

Alzheimer Scotland What’s Online in May

May 12, 2020

Live Music Now Scotland launches the Together at Home concert series. They have commissioned a special series of videos, recorded in living rooms around Scotland – or wherever their artists are in lockdown. To catch up on the concerts they have premiered over the past few weeks visit their website – https://www.livemusicnow.org.uk/welcome

Crossover Online Games

May 12, 2020

Join us to play games online on Saturday 16th May – 6.45pm for 7pm (til 9pm). All aged P7-S3 welcome. Email office@tpc.org.uk for password details.


The Village Hug

May 5, 2020

This great new weekly magazine by our young folk is being emailed weekly and also on social media – please share! If you would like to receive a copy please email office@tpc.org.uk Contributions, suggestions and competition entries can be emailed to thevillagehug@gmail.com

The Village Hug

April 26, 2020

This great new weekly magazine by our young folk is being emailed weekly and also on social media – please share! Contributions, suggestions and competition entries can be emailed to thevillagehug@gmail.com
 

 

Jumble Sale Postponed

March 10, 2020

At the Kirk Session meeting on Tuesday evening, the Session decided, for health and safety reasons, that it would be in everyone’s best interest to postpone the jumble sale due to the Coronavirus risk. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Community Ceilidh – Thank You!

March 4, 2020

We raised over £700 for Torrance Primary PTA who are fundraising for new interactive whiteboards for the school. If anyone still wishes to contribute to the fundraising before we hand over the funds to the PTA, please place any donations in an envelope marked PTA in the plate on  Sunday morning. Thanks to all who contributed food, baking, photographs, help on the night, and to Foy ceilidh band for providing the music.

Alzheimer Scotland – Dementia Friendly Comedy Show

February 25, 2020

Wednesday 18 March, 2pm. Glasgow’s Golden Generation, a charity supporting older adults across Glasgow and surrounding areas are holding its first ever dementia friendly comedy show in the Fred Paton Day Centre, 19 Carrington St, Woodlands, Glasgow, G4 9AJ. The show is free but ticketed with anyone living with or affected by dementia, including Carers, invited to come along. Hosted by Paul McDaniel will introduce a line-up of acts who will perform short sets which are sure to get you laughing. Please refer to the link below for more details and how to book the tickets. http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/2660 or call the Booking Hotline: 0844 873 7353.

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