Clyde community support materials

The list of resources provides access to a range of materials that will help you explore local communities. The Glasgow Story and the Clydebank story tell the story of particular places in words and pictures. There are also links here to useful museums and relevant information on communities which is available on council websites.

Resource title Short description Type
The Glasgow Story TheGlasgowStory tells the story of Glasgow in words and pictures. You can begin by reading introductions to six historical periods, and following the links to read about the themes and topics that interest you most or search for a specific place or subject. Note that this site is no longer being updated. Web link
The Clydebank Story TheClydebankStory tells the story of the town in words and pictures. Web link
Renfrew Museum This is a small local museum with information on the history of the community. Web link
Clydebank Museum Clydebank Museum celebrates the rich heritage of Clydebank focusing on Shipbuilding, Singers and the Clydebank Blitz. Artefacts, models and items from the collection illustrate the story of the people of Clydebank. Web link
People's Palace The People's Palace is Glasgow's social history museum and a chance to see the story of the people and city of Glasgow from 1750 to the present. Web link
Scottish Centre for Regeneration The Scottish Centre for Regeneration (SCR) helps build skills and expertise and shares knowledge among those working in community regeneration. Web link
Living in Glasgow Section of the Glasgow City Council for information on living in Glasgow. Web link
Renfrewshire Council Renfrewshire Council's website with details of services to the community in Renfrew and Erskine. Web link
West Dunbartonshire Council Council for the area including Clydebank and Old Kilpatrick Web link
Glasgow Community Planning Partnership GCPP is a coordination body which makes sure that public serves are well coordinated and support the community. There are CPPs (Community Planning Partnerships) in every local authority. Web link
West Dunbartonshire Partnership Community planning pages for West Dunbartonshire. Web link
Clydebank Community Councils Website giving details of community councils in Clydebank. Web link