Deck the Provan Hall...
ONE of the oldest buildi n g s i n G l a s g ow h a s kicked off its Christmas programme of events for children and adults.
More than 400 youngsters from across Glasgow’s East End and beyond will be getting into t h e f e st ive sp i r i t at Provan Hall in Easterhouse.
Eve n t s include a Christmas Fayre today from 11am and 2.30pm, p r ov i d i n g a g r e at chance to pick up some presents from a range of craft stalls.
Storytelling days for youngsters are running throughout the Christm a s p e r i o d . Pat r i c i a Gallagher, director of P r ova n h a l l H o u s i n g Association, David Marshall, manager of the Bishops Estate, and members of the Easterhouse community policing t e a m h ave a l l pledged themselves as readers.
On Saturday, December 19, the hall will host another Christmas fayre.
Provan Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Glasgow, dating back to the 15th century.
The Friends of Provan Hall are always looki n g fo r vo l u n t e e r s t o help with avctivities. Call them on 773 1202.