École Enterprise has the following vacancy funded under Community Jobs Scotland. All applicants must abide with the CJS eligibility criteria and apply via Job Centre Plus or Skill Development Scotland Advisor.
Drama Tutor/Creative Assistant
To assist with drama activities within workshop/training and production projects. To maintain and develop web pages with associated administrative duties.
École Enterprise is a Social Enterprise Business, has Scottish Charitable Status and is a Company Ltd by Guarantee. The company is based at Theatre at Queens, 170 Queen’s Drive and offers training in the Performing Arts to young people and to youth organisations. The youth theatre caters for 9-25 year olds. Some of the team are pictured above.
More than a hundred people attended the second annual Abbot Street, Shawlands Christmas tree and lights switch-on.
Community Councillor Andrew Montgomery, hosted Father Christmas who performed the switch-on after a countdown.
Said Santa: ‘It’s a great honour and privilege to be here and I am delighted to be switching on the lights.’
The Christmas tree at Shawlands Cross was switched on simultaneously.
The day featured face painting in the Co-Operative supermarket, Victorian Christmas storytelling from education group Ecole Enterprise, an activities bus for children which was provided by South East Glasgow Community Planning Partnership, and an aftershow party at Suzie’s Café on Abbot Street.
There were many councillors in attendance and the event was organised by Shawlands and Strathbungo Community Council.
Pollokshields City Councillor David Meikle was one of the organisers, along with Community Council Secretary Andrew Montgomery and Chairman Scott Mackay.
David said: ‘Today has been another great success in terms of the people turning up. We have had a great time, and I am happy to support this event.’
Scott said: ‘We are really delighted with another successful Christmas lights switch-on in Shawlands and hope to spread a bit of Christmas cheer in our communities. Everybody who turned up had a wonderful time. We would also like to say a big thank you to everybody who helped out on the day.’