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Vacancy: Environmental Area Connector – Rags to Riches

Job Role: Environmental Area Connector Deadline: 9am Monday 24th June Interviews: Thursday 27th June Start date: 1st of July 2024 – 31st March 2025 (9 months fix-term) Hours per week: 15 hours (2 days) Salary: £7,020 (£12 ph) (Full time equivalent £23,400) + 4% pension An exciting opportunity exists for a well qualified and creative […]

Celebrate the strength of New Scots women with the Our Stories exhibition this November

Join us as we celebrate everything we have achieved in the first phase of the Our Rights, Our Communities project this year with ‘Our Stories’ exhibition: from 11th to 16th November in The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale St. Refugees, asylum seeking and migrant women used painting, crocheting, crafting and other creative skills to express themselves, whilst discussing […]

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Take part in Mental Health, Sound & Podcast Making Workshops at the Baths

This autumn, try something new and meet new people. October is Mental Health Awareness Month. As part of her role with Govanhill Baths as Culture Collective Sound Artist, Ros has been researching how sound impacts our health. She’s been asking – can listening to particular sounds, and listening collectively, offer us better mental health? There’s […]

Read Govanhill Food Stories Community Zine

READ GOVANHILL COMMUNITY ZINE HERE. We’re delighted to reveal the Govanhill Food Stories Community Zine! This little zine documents the stories, drawings, favourite dishes and beloved recipes shared by local residents at the Govanhill Food Stories Community Market on the 13th of August 2022 at the Batson Street Laboratory. Thank you to all zine contributors, […]

Exciting new opportunity with the People’s Pantry

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate and committed individual to join the team of staff and volunteers at the People’s Pantry! We’re looking for a new Development Worker to help deliver the aims of the People’s Pantry, The Pantry offers an alternative way for people facing food insecurity or food inequalities to access […]

Welcome to the team!

We’re delighted to welcome two new members to our ceramics team! Meet our new new instructors Zoë and Rob! Zoë is a ceramicist working in Glasgow. She specialises in production throwing as well as large one-off pieces. After self-teaching for a number of years, she spent time as a visiting apprentice at Shin Chul’s studio […]

Exhibition: At The Swim Club

From 12th – 18th September, we’ll be holding a new interactive, multimedia exhibition focussing on the life and times of swimming clubs and other communal activities at Govanhill Baths. There will be a chance to see some rare archival footage of swimming in Scotland, together with a wide range of objects from our building’s history. […]

2022 saw the biggest Govanhill International Festival yet

This year the Govanhill International Festival and Carnival returned: bigger, brighter and more vibrant than ever before! While GIFC started as a carnival, parade and weekend of music back in 2016, it has since blossomed and grown into a two-week long celebration of the richness and diversity of the flourishing arts and culture scene in […]

New RE-BROLLY drop off point with Rags to Riches

Rags To Riches have teamed up with mice & meys to become one of their official RE-BROLLY drop off points. If you have any old brollies cluttering up your cupboards – don’t throw them in the bin! Drop them off at The Deep End where they’ll be reused in some amazing new designs! You can […]

Check out the Our Rights, Our Communities 6 month report

After being awarded New Scots Refugee Integration Delivery Project funds by the Scottish Government, COSLA and the UNESCO Chair at the University of Glasgow, Govanhill Baths Community Action Programme has been working hard alongside our friends at Unity Sisters and Milk Café to bring the ‘Our Rights, Our Communities’ project to life. The Project aims […]