FROM BARBERS TO BABY GRANDS: PITCHERS CONFIRMED FOR GLASGOW SOUP
There’s just one week to go until five East End projects battle it out for the community vote at the next Glasgow Soup. The winning pitch at the innovative micro-granting event, run by charity the Social Care Ideas Factory, will take away £500 to get their project off the ground.
The line-up on Thursday 23 March at the Calton Heritage & Learning Centre includes:
In addition to the five pitches David McHarg of the Re-tune Project, which won £500 at the inaugural Glasgow Soup in November, will be back to report on how the money has been spent and to give a special live musical performance. David also has plans to pay it forward on the night: “As our way of giving something back to the East End, we’ll be donating two of our guitars to the raffle, a reconditioned acoustic guitar and handmade guitar fashioned out of a cigar box. We hope this will help raise funds to keep Glasgow Soup going. We want more local people to have the chance to turn their community idea into a reality.”
The next Glasgow Soup takes place on Thursday 23 March at the Calton Heritage Centre from 6-9pm. Entry is by £5 donation and includes soup and scones as well as live music. All the money raised on the door goes to the winning project on the night. Tickets must be reserved and are available from firstname.lastname@example.org
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