News & Events

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Autumn 2018

22 August 2018

Our new newsletter is being distributed right now! Here is a sneak peak at the events, classes and workshops that will be taking place at the centre during September...

Autumn Newsletter

Autumn 2018

22 August 2018

And here are the events, classes and workshops that will be taking place at the centre in October & November...

Autumn Newsletter

The Dukes of Uke - Workshop and Concert

26 July 2018

The best and most creative ukulele band is coming to St. Bride's Centre on Saturday 25th August 2018.

Workshops @ 1pm and Concert @ 7.30pm

For concert tickets or to book your place on this amazing workshop, drop into the centre or book online at

Open Meeting with DTAS

09 August 2018

An open meeting with Development Trust Association Scotland (DTAS) is being held at St. Bride's Centre at 7pm on Tuesday 14th August 2018.

Catherine McWilliam from DTAS will be speaking and the meeting is open to groups and individuals interested in discussing the possibility of a community development trust in this area.

If you would like to know more or become more involved in developments and improvements within our community then please do come along.

DTAS Open Meeting

Douglasdale Playerds Want You!

13 August 2018

Do you have a hidden talent? Get involved...

Volunteering at Glasgow 2018

31 July 2018

Liz, our amazing Centre Manager, is giving up her spare time to volunteer at the 2018 European Championships in Glasgow over the next few weeks. Without volunteers like her these events simply could not happen - well done Liz!!!

Liz is volunteering for Glasgow 2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter

30 March 2018

Our latest Newsletter is rolling off the press even as this is being typed. Keep an eye out for your copy.

Latest St Bride's newsletter

Our new website is finally here…

28 March 2018

We know, we know, but Rome wasn’t built in a day either, and they didn’t have to maintain a FaceBook page as well.

Still, it’s ‘live’ now. There will likely be a few final tweaks over the next wee while, but we’re now ‘mobile-friendly’ and raring to go.

Web page on mobile phone