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Active Lifestyles

Activ8 Gym

Having visited Temple Shafton Youth project and Hillhead Library, the FREE Activ8 Gym facilities for those aged 8 and over are now available at the Stonedyke Neighbourhood Centre, 9 Belsyde Avenue, Drumchapel, G15 6AW . Whether or not you want to exercise yourself or as part of a group, the Activ8 Gym has something to suit everyone. Nine resistance machines, nine spin bikes and trained supervisors make for the perfect workout.

For more information or to book a session for your group, contact Raymond on 0141 944 1238 or


DRAW is a non-profit arts company, run by a voluntary Board of Directors; delivering a professional service which works with Schools; health providers such as Momentum and COPE; Housing Associations and individuals. DRAW is based in Drumchapel. Our main studio is on the ground floor of the flats in 15, Linkwood Crescent, Our Sculpture studios are situated in Unit 2, 24 Allerdyce Drive.

Many of our resident artists are Art School trained, both in the UK and abroad, others have approached their craft through a community arts or college based experience.

We offer a friendly, warm and relaxed environment where art workshops are held for members of the local community of all ages. The workshops are aimed at those who may be interested in taking their first steps in art, creativity, culture and self-expression.

For more information please contact Maureen McGhee on 0141 944 2700 or by email.

Drumchapel Fit Club

Drumchapel Fit Club takes place on Wednesdays from 6.30-7.30pm and Saturdays from 10am-11pm at The Phoenix Centre, 5 Monymusk Place, Drumchapel, G15 8JH and is ideal for those who would like to pursue a healthier lifestyle. Among the classes available are Crossfit, Military Bootcamp, Ab Blast and Beach Body Bootcamp. For more information, please contact Stevie Fulton on 07530 509471 or email  Alternatively, you can visit their website

Drumchapel Table Tennis Club

Drumchapel Table Tennis Club is one of the biggest clubs within Scotland with over 300 members actively playing table tennis every week. The club is open to all ages ranging from 8 to 70 years of age, which makes "The Drum" what it is.

The Club is based at two locations on Tuesdays from 6pm - 9.30pm (cost £2.00) and Thursdays from 6.30 pm - 9.30pm (cost £2.00) the club is based at Drumchapel Sports Centre, 195b Drumry Road East, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 8NS and on Mondays 5.00pm - 7.00pm (cost £1.00) and Wednesdays 5.30pm - 7.30pm (cost £1.00) at Drumchapel High School, 45 Cally Avenue,Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 7SQ.

For further information about Drumchapel Table Tennis Club please phone 0141 944 7276 or e-mail 

Alternatively, you can e-mail Terry McLernon (Head Coach) at or Philip McCallum (Secretary) at

Drumchapel Tennis Club

For over a hundred years Drumchapel Tennis Club, located at 90 Garscadden Road, Drumchapel, G15 6QQ, has been a local landmark in Drumchapel. Generations of kids from the surrounding areas of Drumchapel, Knightswood and Clydebank have learned to play tennis for pleasure and as part of a team.

They have produced some fantastic talent from a base that is often associated with social problems and economic difficulty.

In continuing this great tradition and in order to remain at the centre of your community, the club are currently looking for funding to upgrade Court 4 that will hopefully mean tennis will be accessible in Drumchapel for at least another century. But, we need more members so c'mon and support your local club.

For more information about becoming a member, please contact 0141 944 1715 or visit

Friendship House

Refugees and asylum seekers are invited to Drumchapel Episcopal Church, Invercanny Drive, Drumchapel, G15 7BB every Wednesday between 11am and 2pm. Activities include cooking, arts and crafts, conversation and games and a free hot meal is also provided. A map of Drumchapel Scottish Episcopal Church can be found here.

For more information, please contact Sharon Colvin on 0141 944 5740

Green Gym

The Green Gym is about healthy people and healthy places where volunteers meet up once a week - on Wednesday's between 11am-2pm - for FREE to work together on improving local green spaces around West Glasgow. Physical activities such as tree planting and woodland management will help improve your fitness, as well as providing the opportunity for you to learn new skills and meet new people in a friendly outdoor setting. No previous experience is necessary and you work at a pace you are comfortable with. Just remember your sensible shoes, waterproofs and a snack for the tea break!

We are based in Drumchapel but the group will also be working in nearby neighbourhoods including Yoker, Knightswood and Scotstoun. Just make sure you dress for the wonderful Glasgow weather!

We would also encourage GP's and support workers referring clients to the Green Gym to provide them with the appropriate support. This includes the possibility of accompanying them to their first session and in turn keeping up to date with the progress they make.

If you are interested in taking part and would like a registration pack, or just want find out out more, please contact Margaret on 0141 944 6004 or



Ichi Ki Karate Club

Have you ever wanted to try something different? Do you want to build up your confidence and learn self-defence? Then come to Ichi Ki Karate Club. ( We’re at the Phoenix Centre, 5 Monymusk Place, Drumchapel, G15 8JH on Monday’s from 6:00pm to 8:30pm and Thursday’s from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and Drumchapel Community Centre, 320 Kinfauns Drive, Drumchapel, G15 7HA on Wednesday’s from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. For more information, please contact Sensei Kenny Learmonth on 07746600927.

North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network

 The North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network is a membership organisation made up of voluntary sector providers and currently has over 100 members.

The Network's aim is to provide advice, information and training to our members, and to support organisations to engage with the Community Planning Partnership Structures in the area and to strengthen links with the Health and Social Care Partnership, as well as other key decision bodies. We aim to ensure that our members have a strong voice and are fully involved in decisions that affect them and the people they work with and for.

Martina Johnston-Gray, Network Manager says,

“ The Network is an opportunity for members to keep connected with each other and with emerging trends and opportunities. We will strive to provide members with up to date information, a training programme that helps to further develop good practice, with regular opportunities to meet up, share news and provide support to each other. We want to seek your views on issues that matter to you and by doing so give voice to the network, advocating with and for our members. “

For more information on the work of North West Voluntary Sector Network or to sign up to our newsletter contact Martina Johnston-Gray, Network Manager on


Stonedyke Neighbourhood Centre

Stonedyke Neighbourhood Centre, located at 9 Belsyde Avenue, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 6AW is a community facility managed by local people for the purpose of providing a range of services and activities of a social, recreational, educational and cultural nature including Healthy Choices Café, Activ8 Gym, Laundry, Healthy Food Coop, IT Suite, Community Allotments, Community Transport and a range of activities for children, young people, adults and older people.

For more information about these activities and services, please contact Stonedyke Neighbourhood Centre on 0141 944 1238 or e-mail

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