B-listed Parkhead primary).
At last someone has brought the plight of this lovely school building, part of Glasgow's often neglected built heritage, to the attention of the public.
If Glasgow City Council do not think that the area around Celtic Park is 'an attractive setting' then why don't they take steps to remove that eyesore of a pub along the road?
Its compulsory purchase and demolition would be a great step forward in improving the immediate vicinity.
Glasgow has lost too many of its fine architectural gems. Let's not lose another one.
I REFER to the plans for a revamp of George Square.
It is our square and our opinions must be heard before any changes are implemented.
YOUTH Employment Minister Angela Constance wants to do everything she can to help young people into further education or training.
I contacted Opportunities for All and was given the same advice and support that I have already received from my local careers services.
I am now on a waiting list. I have a good attitude, and I am able and wanting to work.
Your picture of the Albert Ballroom on September 6 would doubtless bring back happy memories for many Glaswegians.
In its hey day the Albert did indeed function six nights a week and on Saturday nights the queue to get in stretched from the door, down Bath Street, round the corner into Elmbank Street, past the High School and down as far as St Vincent Street.
My own most vivid photographic memory of the Albert is of the occasion when there was a brake failure on a bus and it crashed into the railings at the front door.
The newspapers at the time labelled it "the bus that went to the jiggin'."
Warren H Brown