We recently had Good Vibrations lead a block of Gamelan sessions for our Community Music Project. The participants and staff all really enjoyed learning about a completely different and new instrument.
Over the last few months our participants had the opportunity to take part in a short block of Spanish Lessons. The classes were brilliantly run by Lingo Flamingo and everyone who took part really enjoyed them and learnt a lot across the 10 weeks.
Carnival Club made some fabulous Christmas cards which are on sale at The Hub in Gartnavel Royal Hospital!
Carnival Club's fantastic Bearsden Shark was on display as part of the Bearsden Festival last weekend. The shark inspired the creation of lots of mini sharks at workshops across the weekend.
This year we are celebrating being 21 and decided to have a party to celebrate the occasion. People from all over the organisation and throughout the 21 years came along and it was a brilliant day!
Common Wheel's Improvers Climbing group headed out to Auchinstarry for an outdoor climbing session ran by Climb Scotland.
As part of the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust’s Open Day Common Wheel had a pop-up exhibit of interesting and unusual bikes. The bikes were chosen by Neil and Steven and the exhibit was curated by our volunteer Marissa. It looked and gave a lot of enjoyment to bike and non bike specialists alike.
Common Wheel were out at Erskine celebrating the end of our BYOB Course where veterans learned to build their own bikes. It was a brilliant event, especially in the sun. Carnival Club showcased their colourful trike and our music team played some music for everyone to enjoy.