Mount Vernon Community Hall
Media Release : 08 JANUARY 2018
Project :MVCH Digital Improvements
Thank you to Scottish Enterprise for their generous funding of £300 with additional funds from MVCH, the hall will now benefit from a new projector and screen. Chair Mark Donohoe said " This will be a great addition to the hall, it will allow us to host movie evenings for the community within the Community Hall & it will also enhance the overall hall user experience"
Media Release : 06 MAY 2017
Project: Community Hall Roof
Our new flat roof is now complete, it’s great that the hall is now water tight!
A huge thanks to our substantial Funding from Patterson’s Quarries via the Landfill trust, grant funding from Glasgow City Council, a generous donation from John Lewis
A special thanks to our local businesses who all made generous donations to our Big Band Night Raffle. Their contributions were greatly appreciated by both Mount Vernon Community Hall and Kenmuir Church and added to the success of our night.
In no particular order, Thank you to : Real Vets, Celtic FC, The Dog Hut, Showers of flowers, Transformers School of Motoring, Rustico, The Glam Room , Coffee Corner, Mclean Domestic & Commercial Services, The Co-operative, Kastriots, Stephen Tang Opticians, Blew Hair Studio, Tigerlee, Lidl, Scottish Cartoon Art Studio, National Theatre of Scotland, WH Smiths, Wagamama, Beaverbrooks, Waterstones, Volume Hair and Beauty, Clachan Bar, Patisserie Valerie, Mailcoach, Stephen Boyd Joiners LTD, Chapmans Butchers, Cairns and Scott, Greggs, Dominos and Morrison’s
Thank you also to our Local Community who regularly come out and support our hall events and activities in the hall we are grateful for your continued support .
Mount Vernon Community Hall Volunteers
Media Release / 06 MAY 2017
Project: Community Hall Roof
Mount Vernon Community Halls are the latest local charity to benefit from John Lewis’s Divisional Community Investment Committee (DCIC) award.
The DCIC holds a sum of money that John Lewis branches can bid for, to support large projects beyond their own means. The Committee looks to see that these projects deliver significant measurable benefit, and make a real difference to the local community.
'The donation will help us complete the next stage of our plans to bring the hall into the 21st century and restore it to its rightful place as the hub for the community,' says the Hall Committee Chairman Mark Donohoe who submitted the DCIC application.
The Hall, based in the East End of Glasgow, is run by a group of volunteers on behalf of the local community. The facility currently delivers a number of regular activities and is accessed by more than 200 people per week, some of whom use more than one service.
These range from a daily Pre-school Playgroup to Karate, Dance and Spanish classes. In addition, they offer private hire facilities to members of the local community wanting to hold social gatherings, celebrations and parties.
'Funding awarded will be used to pay for the flat roof to be fully refurbished including the installation of the latest flat roof rubberised coating material which comes with a 25 year guarantee,' adds Mark.