Station sends message to business
Two organisations making waves in Rutherglen and Cambuslang took centre stage when the Local Business Network convened last week.
More than 20 people descended on the Burnside Hotel on Friday to hear about the work of Camglen Radio and STV Children’s Appeal.
Launched in 2011, the STV Appeal aims to reduce child poverty in Scotland and provides grants to groups that work to improve the life chances of young people living in Rutherglen.
The appeal’s Jules McKim provided an insight into the work of the charity and what it hopes to achieve in the near future.
Camglen Radio’s Linda Oliver spoke to the audience about what the station had achieved in its first year of operation.
The Local Business Network also pledged support for business studies students at Stonelaw High School and has vowed to attend the enterprise events held as part of their learning.
David Collie Photography also offered his services for free at the meeting, taking corporate photographs in return for a donation to the STV Children’s Appeal.
Network The meeting was a great success