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Glasgow Kelvin Hits a High Note with the Reopening of the Kelvingrove Bandstand

That the Parliament sees the completion of the Kelvingrove Bandstand to be a fantastic facility for Glasgow Kelvin, the entire city and visitors alike; welcomes news that the first event to be held there will be Glasgow Mela in June 2014; understands that many other events are already organised, which will be an excellent opportunity for the people of Glasgow to experience the refurbished facilities, and notes that the bandstand is part of the Commonwealth Games legacy, which it considers will truly be a lasting legacy for the west end of Glasgow.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie, Hanzala Malik, Patricia Ferguson, Joan McAlpine, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Annabelle Ewing, Richard Lyle, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Bill Kidd, Mike MacKenzie, Anne McTaggart, Kevin Stewart, Roderick Campbell, Neil Findlay, Drew Smith, Stewart Maxwell, Sarah Boyack, Gil Paterson, Maureen Watt, Angus MacDonald, Nigel Don, Christian Allard, Bob Doris, Mark McDonald, David Torrance, Clare Adamson


Current Status: Fallen on 30/09/2014