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Weâ€™re sharing this Call from Glasgow City Council
Forgotten Island (2011) â€“ one of the first projects done under the Stalled Spaces initiative
Do you wish to breathe life into a stalled site or an under-utilised open space within your neighbourhood?
Ever thought of using it temporarily forâ€¦
- an arts project
- pop up sculpture or exhibition space
- a pop up park or a growing space
- childrenâ€™s play space
- a green gym/ outdoor exercise
- outdoor education
- an event space
- any other innovative idea?
We now invite applications for the second round of Community Support for Stalled Spaces for 2015-16
Funding is available from a minimum of Â£1,000 to a maximum of Â£2,500
Closing Date for applications: Monday, 7 September 2015 (5 pm)
For more information and application forms go to: www.glasgow.gov.uk/stalledspaces
Or contact: Caroline Mulheron on 0141 287 8542
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