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Think Global and Act Local on Earth Day!

Think Global and Act Local on Earth Day! Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22 to recognize and respect the environment and encourage people to reduce their plastic consumption and use more eco-friendly materials. It is a day to appreciate and try to be kind to our planet. Every year on April…

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Running Together

Do you like running/jogging? Would you like to meet new people and improve your fitness? Our running event is a great way to do just that, improve your fitness and meet new people. Our aims are to promote healthy lifestyle and encourage all community to come together, especially BAME community. We are delighted to organise…

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Thank you – Arnold Clark Community Fund

We would like to say a big thank you to “Arnold Clark Community Fund” for their generous Community Fund. We are so grateful for your support. It will have a real positive impact to our service users, BAME _ asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow. We will be able to deliver further activities, promoting a…

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Glasgow Mural Walking Tour!

DID YOU KNOW? Glasgow City Centre has more than 30 street murals created by local artists! Join us on Friday 15th April for a Group Walking Tour around the city to see some of these artworks! We won’t cover them all that day, so have a look on the website here and see if you…

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Litter Picking to Celebrate Earth Day!

Litter is a serious problem for our planet, and anyone in Glasgow will tell you it’s a big problem in Glasgow! Whether it’s the local park, roadside, streets, countryside, and rivers. It is important that we change our habits and put our rubbish in a bin.Join Outdoors for You on Earth Day to Think Global…

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Multicultural Walk

Come in and join our Multicultural walk to walk the first section of West Highland Way from Milngavie to Dumgoyne. This walk is particularly designed to help refugees and asylum seekers to connect to each other and the local community and get the opportunity to discover the beautiful landscape of Scotland. We start the walk…

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Volleyball For You

We would like to invite you to join our volleyball team. Our aim to promote a healthy active lifestyle to improve physical and mental wellbeing and encourage the community to come together, especially minority ethnic groups.  Everyone is welcome, beginners and experienced players. It is a fantastic way to meet new people and exercise. Also…

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Welcoming new board members and thanking outgoing member!

It is with sincere pleasure we welcome Jenifer Martin and Mahmud Al-Gailani as members of the board of directors of Outdoors For You. Their great skills and experiences will make positive impact to our organization. We would also like to say a heartful thank you to our outgoing member, Maria Nygren from the board of…

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Thank You

We would like to say a big thank you to ‘Glasgow Council for Voluntary Sector’ for their generous Wellbeing Grant. We are so grateful for your support. It will have a real positive impact to our service users, BAME _ asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow. We will be able to deliver further activities, promoting…

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Mindful Walk

Come in and join our Mindful Walk and enjoy the beauty of Rouken Glen Park. Our activity is designed to encourage people to bring awareness to walking, which, for many of us, is a daily activity that we do on a “distracted autopilot”. We will also try and see if we can look at things…

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