Memorial to Dennistoun's war dead
How do resident's of Dennistoun feel about having a memorial/plaque to honour the young men of our area who went to war and never came home.
I hope to raise this issue at the DCC meeting tomorrow.
Whilst a meeting with the council is already scheduled.
I will post further updates on this subject over the next 10 days or so.
I will then invite any interested parties to attend a meeting.
I'd be grateful for any initial feedback on here.
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Jim Watson - 9/01/2017 9:48:31 PM
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I think this is a great idea.
Lady Stardust - 9/01/2017 11:06:01 PM
Big thank you to DCC for hearing me out tonight and being so positive.
Great to meet you all and i look forward to next month. JW.
Jim Watson - 11/01/2017 2:21:08 AM
the real problem would be where in Dennistoun to place it.
it would have to be somewhere that the young vandals couldn't reach, they have NO respect for anyone or anything
it would have to be accessible to let people read and touch it yet not let the vandals damage it for "fun"
john - 11/01/2017 2:31:04 AM
How about just outside the entrance to Alexandra Park on the Parade. It would be in a highly visible area. Are there cameras there? In any case there could be. What do other people think?
Dennygirl - 11/01/2017 11:05:37 AM
We did discuss this at the DCC meeting last night.
Location is very important.
My preference would be Alexandra park,near the main entrance.I am open to other idea"s if anyone else would like to contribute.
Jim Watson - 11/01/2017 11:09:17 AM
Think it's a great idea!
Dennistonnian - 11/01/2017 1:27:11 PM
there is already a memorial for the war dead, it sits on the fence over the road from the bus stop outside Redmond's
jill - 12/01/2017 3:01:42 AM
the tarmac land near the salvation army
DAVEY - 12/01/2017 3:02:28 AM
"The Dennistoun Milestone" was commissioned by Dennistoun Community Council to mark Glasgow’s year of culture in 1990.
DarthVader - 13/01/2017 6:48:09 PM
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Jim Watson - 26/02/2017 3:53:37 PM
I'd like to thank all local schools for showing an interest in the war memorial project.
We have a plan set out for school participation which we will reveal at our meeting on 7th March.
So well done to St Denis' primary,Golfhill primary,Whitehill secondary,Alexandra parade primary,Parkhill secondary and Parkhill primary.
Jim Watson - 26/02/2017 3:54:46 PM