Local Groups Team Up To Just Walk

Walkers from community groups across West Dunbartonshire have joined forces to celebrate National Walking Month. Dumbarton Area Council on Alcohol’s (DACA) Walk and Talk group invited walkers from local voluntary organisations to join them on their Step Count Challenge. Armed with pedometers to measure their steps the 27 walkers from DACA, Y-Sort It, West Dunbartonshire …

Tree Planting Extravaganza

Words and Photos by Josie Torrance We have a wonderful natural asset, the wonderful Kilpatrick Hills, right on our doorstep. The hills have a rich history and a great many uses. They are enjoyed by bikers and bird watchers, walkers and runners. The farmers, sheep and cattle living there share the space with a plethora …

Kilt Walk Fun in the Sun

Words by Angela Clark, photos by Robert Wilson Those boots were made for walking and that’s exactly what they did as thousands took to the streets for the charity fundraiser. A record number of people took part in the Kilt Walk fundraiser this year making it the biggest event so far and raising over £2million …

Singer Stories

The Singer Festival comes to Clydebank Town Hall next week so we thought it was a good time to share one of our favourite stories from Issue 5 of Clydesider magazine. By Amanda Eleftheriades It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to sit down for a chat with someone born at the end …

Your Library, Your Community, Photo Exhibition.

Come and enjoy a community photo exhibition in Balloch Library on Saturday April 21. The event is the finale of an eight-week Community Voice project which was run by local social enterprise Inclusive Images in partnership with Cube Housing and West Dunbartonshire Libraries. The workshops brought together people from across the Vale who were passionate …