G20 Festival.

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G20 Festival is a youth led, postcode based project based in Shuna Street in Maryhill, Glasgow. The project was inspired by local community projects The Children’s Wood and North Kelvin Meadow and draws upon a Swedish Project Mitt 127  – a festival which has had ‘amazing results in engaging young people, tackling crime, getting young people into work and integrating minority groups in an economically deprived area of Sweden’. The approach has also been influenced by the work of the Violence Reduction Unit.

G20 Festival started up in 2018 and has very quickly gone from strength to strength. Trough a youth led approach it empowers the young people, who are together addressing a range of issues.  Harnessing their passion they are promoting wellbeing and enhancing the future prospects of young people in the area.

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G20Festival Youth Club – support for self-isolating / coronavirus

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If you are self-isolating due to Covid-19  G20 Food from the Wood can help with delivering meals to you – made by a professional chef! They can deliver on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays between 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. Email if you live around the Wyndford area of Glasgow and in self-isolation due to Covid-19 […]

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G20 Youth Festival – Raising Funds

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Background to establishing youth base in Maryhill ‘Having a base will enable us to give young people in Maryhill the chance to learn skills, make friendships and raise aspirations. Let’s support young people to be their best and make Maryhill a great place to grow up in.’  (July, 2019) Please help the G20 Festival to […]

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