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Wed Jul 23 12:37 am  #1


GOVAN NEWS TODAY . . .

Free newspaper series put up for sale

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A series of free newspapers have been put up for sale after their editorial director and publisher decided to step down. The Govan Press, Southside Press and East Renfrewshire Press serve the south of Glasgow and have a combined fortnightly circulation of 35,000.

Now John Maclean is stepping down from the running of the papers he bought six years ago, citing workload.
Both John and his sales director, are understood to be in discussions with a number of groups over the future of the titles.

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Games Route Network:Don't go in a Games Lane
if you want to avoid a fine.


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The GRN is a crucial part of any major multi-sport event. It ensures athletes, officials and the media are able to get to venues within a reasonable and, more importantly, reliable time frame - whilst minimising conflict between Games transport and other city travel.

The network is marked with bright pink way-finding lines. These are designed only to keep Games vehicles on the right route and can be ignored by other traffic.

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Register of admissions and discharges,
Govan Combination Poorhouse.


The Southern General Hospital [SGH] was originally the hospital of the Govan Poor House. Its earliest buildings were in Eglinton St. In 1872 a new 240 bed general hospital and 180 patient lunatic asylum were built at the present site. In 1902-05 major extensions provided 700 more beds. In 1912 Govan was absorbed into Glasgow Parish. Between 1912 and 1948 the SGH (which adopted that name in 1923) was run by Glasgow Parish Council and then by Glasgow Corporation.

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I thought this might be of interest to Govanites of old.
It is Pictures kindly given to us from Stevie Whitehead via our David Graham.


Stevie Whitehead Helped the bens to the 1980 Scottish Junior Cup Final by heading the only goal at Hampden Park in front of over 13,000.
Here are the Pictures of 1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.




1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.



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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.




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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.





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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.





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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.





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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.





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1980 Scottish Cup Final between Benburb F.C. v Baillieston F.C.





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