Footprint-Copy

Posted on 17th May 2018

Community Central Hall is the proud home of Footprint-Copy. Footprint-Copy offers professional design, print and copy solutions for businesses, charities and Social Enterprises of all sizes throughout Glasgow and the wider area.

Printing

Our design and copy services include the production of:

  • Business cards
  • Booklets
  • Newsletters
  • Print finishing
  • Graphic Design

We take pride in having our printing facilities in-house, this means we have the ability to turn printing products around the same or next day if required. Footprint-Copy guarantees a high quality service at competitive prices. We also promise your product will be produced on FSC approved or recycled paper.

Stationary

Footprint-Copy offer unique business stationary which is useful for start-up businesses or businesses who are looking to work with businesses within the local community.

We offer the following items of stationary:

  • Letterheads
  • Compliment slips
  • Invoice forms
  • Business forms
  • Envelopes
  • Photocopying
  • Document printing

Please note that all charitable organisations are eligible for a 10% discount across all of our product ranges.

Contact Us

Telephone: 0141 331 7690    Fax: 0141 332 7198

Email: sales@footprint-copy.co.uk

Visit the Footprint website for more information. Follow us on Twitter!

 

Interested in volunteering? Head over to our volunteering page for more information. 

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Social Media

Posted on 7th May 2018

Stay connected with Community Central Hall by following, liking and tagging us on your social media accounts. We would love to see how you’re staying involved with CCH. You can find us on Facebook and twitter.

Our Social Media Accounts

Facebook

Join in the conversation on our Facebook page. You can find out all the latest updates, interact with us directly and join our online community.

Like us on Facebook

Twitter

Join us on twitter! Tweet us by using our handle @CCHGlasgow.

Community Central Hall, Footprint-copy and The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema can all be found on Twitter.

Follow us and mention us in your tweets! We love to seeing how you are involved with us.

 

Check out our Case Studies page and news feed for more information on what we have been up to.

Interested in volunteering? Head over to our volunteering page for more information. 

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Upcoming Events: May

Posted on 30th April 2018

Here is a list of upcoming events in May. Interested in getting involved? Pop in or give us a call on 0141 331 7676.

The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema

Friday, 4 & 18 May 2018                              6:30 pm start

Saturday, 5 May 2018                                10:30 am start

Monday, 21 May 2018                                11.00 am start

The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema is an exciting new project run by Community Central Hall. You can find out more information on the Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema website.

List of upcoming shows:

Friday 4th May: Star Wars, Rogue 1

Saturday 5th May: Star Wars, The Force Awakens

Friday 18th May: Silver Linings Playbook

Monday 21st May: Some Like It Hot

the seamore neighbourhood cinema

Film Night

Wednesday, 9 & 17 May 2018

Two screenings of  Paul and The Apostles. For more information, contact Community Central Hall.

Summer Serenade

Saturday,19 May 2018                       7:30 pm

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will be holding a concert to raise funds for Cash for Kids. The concert will be performed by students from the BEd Music programme. You can find out more information on their website.

Glasgow Open Feis

Saturday,26 May 2018                       8:00 am – 7:00 pm

 

For more information, please contact Jackie Donaldson by telephone on 0141 331 7676 or by email at jackiedonaldson@centralhalls.org

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Spring Fling: Come Join Us!

Posted on 16th April 2018

We have had a blast at our Spring Fling activity programme and lunch!

Our group enjoy a good chat and a hot cup of tea. We are a friendly bunch, so come join us for more fun and food!

The activity programme includes a hot lunch and transport. Just let us know in advance if you require transport.

Spring Fling Activity Programme

Don’t miss out on the Spring Fling activity programme. Only 4 weeks left! Read our Spring Fling Activity Programme for more information on upcoming activities.

Want to get involved? You can join us on Wednesday at 11am. If you would like to arrange transport, please contact Barbara Wark on 0141-331-7675. 

Interested in Older People Services? Find out more information here.

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Upcoming Events: April

Posted on 14th April 2018

Here are a list of upcoming events for the local community to be a part of. For more information on any of the events, give us a visit or call us on 0141 331 7676.

Spring Fling Activity Progromme

Wednesday, 18 & 25 April 2018         11.00 am – 1.00 pm

CCH Older People Services have organised a free 6 week activity programme. For more information check out our post.

spring fling activity prgoramme

Scottish Grappling

Saturday, 21 April 2018         5.00 pm – 10.30 pm

Scottish Grappling have organised Scottish Grappling Invitational 1. More information about the event can be found on their Facebook page.

 

Wimp2Warrior

Saturday, 28 April 2018         12.00 pm – 11.00 pm

 

Meet John: Volunteer Custodian

Posted on 10th April 2018

John is our volunteer custodian of the Lewis Organ at Community Central Hall. Over the past 22 years, John has dedicated his time and talent to the organisation. Read on to find out more about John and the work he has done as a volunteer custodian for the Lewis Organ.

Meet John

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Spring Fling Activity Programme

Posted on 27th March 2018

spring fling activity prgoramme

Older People Services will be holding a Spring Fling activity programme. This is a free 6 week programme packed with fun activities and a lunch for older people.

Spring Fling Activity Programme

Where: Community Central hall
When: Wednesday 28th March
Time: 11am-1pm

Transport and a Hot lunch will be provided .
To discuss this activity program please contact Barbara Wark on 0141-331-7675

spring fling activity programme

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Upcoming Events – March

Posted on 14th March 2018

Here are some of the upcoming events for March. Visit us for more information!

Spotlight Competitions

Sunday, 4 March 2018         9.00 am – 5.00 pm

Spotlight Competitions is a street dance competition

 

CCH International Women’s Day

Thursday, 8 March 2018         10.00 am – 12.00 pm

Community Central Hall is holding a free of charge morning to celebrate International Women’s Day. There will be stalls on health and wellbeing, jewellery making and arts and crafts. Tea, coffee and cakes will also be served.

 

Hear to Help

Friday, 16 March 2018         10.00 am – 12.00 pm

Hear to Help is a hearing aid support drop-in session. Action on Hearing Loss Scotland’s audiology-trained Hear to Help volunteers clean and re-tube NHS hearing aids and provide new batteries to help local people to follow conversations with their family and friends.

Spring Concert

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Kelvinside Academy will be holding their Spring Concert in the Reid Hall.

 

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Want more information on upcoming events? Check out our blog for the latest news.

International Women’s Day

Posted on 6th March 2018

Meet Douglas: Volunteer Kitchen Assistant

Posted on 26th February 2018

Douglas has been a volunteer at Community Central Hall since 2011.

Before joining CCH, Douglas worked in a travel agency for 27 years. In 2010, Douglas moved on to work at his local Church, helping with the tea rooms two mornings a week and taking care of the premises. Douglas has been working as a part-time care worker for the past 8 years, his main duty is to provide home support.

In 2011, Douglas visited the volunteer centre who had a catalogue of volunteer opportunities within Glasgow. It was there where Douglas found out about Community Central Hall.

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