We oldies are the caretakers of the future, and we don't seem to have done a very good job so far, but it is the youth that will inherit that future, we owe it to them to give them all the support we can as they try to shape that future as a better place for all our people. In Glasgow, the housing scheme of Castlemilk seems to be leading the way, more steam to their elbow, well done Castlemilk Against Austerity.Info from City Strolls:
Get along to Castlemilk this Saturday, see what the young folk are up to. Great space, Welcoming and creative youth.
We would like to invite you to come along to Castlemilk Youth Complex this Saturday 18th March and join us for our YouthFest created for and by young people, the day will start with workshops ranging from graffiti art, hip hop, samba drumming, stain glass window making, sculpture, discussing topics like zero hour contracts, trade unionism, social security benefits sanctions, racism, bullying, LGBT equality, to name just a few this will be followed by a play about bullying written and performed by the youth complex drama group, led by Kirsty Chapman, then a break for food provided by the youth complex, the next stage will be feedback from workshops, followed by a vote on what was good and bad and should we have more events discussions like this, this will then culminate in live music with individual artist and band along with spoken word artists it's going to be an amazing day/night not to be missed and it's Free
‘YouthFest’ Sat 18th Mar, 3pm till late! FREE!
Performance! Workshops! Food!
Supported by Castlemilk Against Austerity
City Strolls will be filming event