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GET CONNECTED: Stewart at the Click & Connect centre at Cranhill Development Trust


Finnart youngsters


are pass masters YOUNG footballers in Bridgeton are reaching for the stars with a little help from GHA. Finnart FC under-14s recently won a


trophy – the Finnart trophy – sponsored by GHA’s local office. The team, which is sponsored by GHA,


play in the Glasgow and District Youth Football League. They’re based in Bridgeton and


have teams of all ages. For more information, call 07960 421 767. Pictured are Housing Manager Peter Smith, tenant Marion Copeland and players Lucas Chalmers, Liam Hagan and Jay Murray.


GREATER MILTON & POSSILPARK CREDIT UNION LTD


The credit union offers affordable and reliable financial services to the local community regardless of people’s resources or their level of income.


Benefits include: • savings facility • low cost loans • life insurance protection • junior savings accounts


• no hidden charges or fees on transactions Contact:


Greater Milton & Possilpark Credit Union 1 Westray Circus • Glasgow G22 7BE Telephone: 0141 347 0671


Open Monday-Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm


Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority Supported by Glasgow City Council


theKEY - www.gha.org.uk


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Stewart’s joy after landing driver job thanks to our computer learning centres


HA’s free computer learning centres are changing people’s lives.


Tenant Stewart Scott, from Cranhill, landed a job as a lorry driver after getting help to write his CV, apply for jobs and prepare for interviews at one of our Click & Connect centres. Stewart, who’s now a delivery driver, said: “I couldn’t have done it without Click & Connect.” Our Click & Connect computer learning centres can help you get online for free and get expert advice on using the internet. Being online can help cut your shopping bills, reduce your travel costs, improve your qualifications – and boost your chances of finding work. Stewart went from feeling hopeless to being on top of the world after landing a job as a delivery driver. And he says he couldn’t have done it without the computer learning centre at the Cranhill Development Trust. Stewart, 42, from Bellrock Street, said:


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