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Kelvingrove Park Bandstand and Amphitheatre

That the Parliament notes and welcomes, further to motion S2M-04276: Rock the Kelvin! Restore the Kelvingrove Park Bandstand and Amphitheatre, and the long Save the Bandstand campaign led by Ed Gillett and the Friends of Kelvingrove Park, the official reopening of Glasgow’s only remaining original bandstand and amphitheatre on 29 May 2014 by Cllr Sadie Docherty, Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow; congratulates the Friends of Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life and all who have been involved in the restoration and improvement of what it considers this unique and much-loved west end facility, which first opened in 1924 before closing in 1999 and being placed on the Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland, and looks forward to a new programme of events and concerts in Kelvingrove Park, particularly as Glasgow celebrates the 20th Commonwealth Games in summer 2014.

Supported by: Cara Hilton, Hanzala Malik, John Pentland, David Stewart, Jackson Carlaw, Liz Smith, David Torrance, Adam Ingram, Anne McTaggart, Patricia Ferguson, Patrick Harvie, Paul Martin, Jackie Baillie, Ruth Davidson, Margaret McCulloch, Jean Urquhart, Neil Findlay, Jim Eadie, Sarah Boyack, Siobhan McMahon, Margaret McDougall, Neil Bibby, Sandra White


Current Status: Fallen on 30/09/2014