Could you help with information gathering?

We at the Common Weal North Glasgow have created a survey to try to find out what local and national issues are important to the people of North Glasgow. We aim to use the information to create a leaflet for the general election. The leaflet will be unique as it will not come from or support any one political party. We will just try to provide facts based on what we learn people want to know and present those facts guided by the All Of Us First principles of the Common Weal. We aim to have a pair of information gatherers armed with our survey in each of the 18 North Glasgow areas.

The areas of Glasgow in question are:

Acre, Cadder, Cleveden, Dowanhill, Firhill, Gairbraid, Hillhead, Hyndland, Kelvindale, Kirklee, Maryhill, Maryhill Park, North Kelvinside, Ruchill, Summerston, Partick, Woodlands, Woodside & Wyndford.

If anyone has any local knowledge of these parts of Glasgow that would be great. Where would the best places be to set up  in order to talk to people?

If anyone is interested in helping on the day then get in touch and we can invite you along to our next meeting which will be on 04.02.15 where we will get organised. You can see the meeting details here.

Also, we are looking for some people with graphic design skills in order to help with the posters we will use on the day. If you have such skills and are willing to help then please contact us.

Please share this message with anyone you may know who may be interested.

Look forward to seeing you all soon,

Common Weal North Glasgow Team.

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