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Community Consultation Survey

We need your input to determine the services we will provide for the next 3 years at Cranhill Development Trust – What you like, what we could improve on and new services you want to see us bring to the Trust.

Either scan the QR code or fill out the form HERE– It is quick and easy, and only takes 4 minutes to complete.

International Womens Day

On Wednesday 9th March we celebrated International Womens Day at Cranhill Development Trust. This is an annual event, bringing together women from the community, in a positive and empowering environment to make connections, take part in activities and hear from other inspiring women.

This year we were thrilled to host motivational speakers Doreen Ssali Kakembo and Heidi Mclean from Young Women’s Movement, African Dancing, Crafts activities, Hairdressing and Spa Treatments for a well-deserved pamper.

Local post office opens at CDT

We are thrilled to announce that our Local Post Office is open in the community shop at CDT, bringing vital services to the Cranhill community. Our friendly staff are ready to help you, and while you are there check out our range of fresh fruit and veg, and our popular meal in a bag.

To read more please click here: Glasgow Times News Article

Cranhill Cooks! A Social Cooking Club

Join us at our new weekly cooking club where we come together to cook, eat and socialise. Learn new skills, try new recipes and make new friends in a relaxed, social environment.

Call us today on 0141774334 or fill out the form below to register 

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CDT receives free connectivity from Vodafone to help tackle digital exclusion in Cranhill

CDT is thrilled to announce that since receiving free connectivity via Vodafone’s charities.connected initiative, we have helped 100 service users to tackle digital exclusion in Cranhill. Free sim cards, loaded with data, have been used to support individuals and families in the area get online, and access vital digital services including ESOL classes.

Emma Reynolds, Head of Communications, Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs at Vodafone UK said:

“We are committed to tackling digital exclusion. We hope that by providing free connectivity to Cranhill Development Trust and the other amazing charities across the UK who have such an enormous impact on their local communities, we can help create a more inclusive digital society. ”