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What's On

Past Events

Wednesday 03, June 2015

Volunteer Week

Join us this week and try out one or some of our taster sessions about current volunteering opporutnities with HnH.
For more information or call Jane / Tom on 0141 646 0123 

Wednesday 20, May 2015

IMPACT - Stepping Out Activity

IMPACT went along to Burgh Primary and delivered our Stepping Out activity which is part of The Telling your Story strand of IMPACT. 
The activity aimed to increase the children's emotional resilience, by asking them what they would do to cheer themselves up if they where feeling sad. We worked with a total of 145 children, and the day was great success! Children where drawing things like "Talk to a friend... Play with my favorite toy.... bounce back... get a hug from my mum" 
All the art work created will be used to create an art exhibition later on in the year. Click here to view some of the artwork from the day.

Monday 20, April 2015

Bike Town Guided Bike Rides

Our bike rides have been popular with local residents over the past couple of months. Click here to view the pictures from some of the rides and for more information about CamGlen Bike Town call one of the CamGlen Bike Team on 0141 646 0123 or drop us an email

Saturday 11, October 2014

Bike Town Shop in a Box Event

Local people joined the CamGlen Bike Town shop in a box opening event at the site of the container on Cambuslang Road, Rutherglen (next to Fleming Carpets)
7 pepole took part in the family foraging themed guided ride collecting a range of free locally growing plants including quince and rosehip. The Dr Bike safety check service and bling your Bike with Eilidh's Box Bike were popular with all the families. Click here to view the pictures from the day and for more information about CamGlen Bike Town call one of the CamGlen Bike Team on 0141 646 0123 or drop us an email

Thursday 25, September 2014

HnH 2014 AGM

Healthy n Happy hosted our 11th successful AGM in Springhall Community Centre.  147 local people, partners, volunteers, local businessmen and service users joined us on the day to celebrate our contribution to making Cambuslang and Rutherglen a healthier and happier place for all. As well as the usual AGM business we were presented with a Volunteer Scotland Award and guests enjoyed helping build an art piece representing our new community facility currently being developed. Click here to view the pictures from the day and for a copy of our Annual Report please call the office on 0141 646 01213

Thursday 07, August 2014

Burnhill Family History Project

Burnhill Children's Action Group have now completed their Family History Project.  The project looked at life for young people growing up in Burnhill today and compared and contrasted it to that of their parents and grandparents. The children examined housing conditions, school, work, holidays, leisure and hobbies.
Burnhill Action Group displayed the results of their re-visit survey at the event and the Children's Group showcased their exhibition which will included photographs of historic Rutherglen, an interesting look at participants' taste in music and a quiz. If you missed the exhibition, but would like another chance to see it, the history project will also be on display at Burnhill's Gala Day which will be held on Saturday 16th August from 11am until 3pm at West and Wardlawhill Parish Church. Please come along and participate in the quiz. The winner will be announced in the week beginning 18th August 2014.

Saturday 19, July 2014

CamGlen Bike Town Launch

The launch of our latest project CamGlen Bike Town took place on Saturday 19th July in Cambuslang Park. Local residents cycled to the park and hung their bike on the 5 metre high interactive "Bike Tower" sculputure. Click here to view the pictures from the day.

Saturday 19, July 2014

Springhall Family Fun Day 2014

Over 80 Springhall residents braved the great Scottish Summer and turned out to take part in a fun filled day. The young people of Springhall enjoyed the bouncy castle, face painting, balloon modelling, cake decorating, nail painting (mainly the girls) as well as various arts & crafts. The group also provided edible plants as part of the 'Sow, Eat, Grow' funding obtained from Pride of Place. So stay tuned for some fantastic recipes in the coming weeks.  Project 31 provided arts & crafts as well as playing some exciting games with the children. RegenFx provided some skateboarding fun, although the barbecue was unfortunately rained off by the typical Glasgow fair weather.

Monday 16, June 2014

Burnhill Youth Open Night

HnH recently successfully hosted an open evening for young people in Burnhill Sports Centre. The event brought young people together to find out what’s going on in their local area, how they can get involved and what training opportunities are available to them.  Partners organisations who promoted their services included Regen Fx, Universal Connections, NHS Health Improvement and Burnhill Action Group. The young people took advantage of a famous football tournament and got involved by watching a match and having a tournament of their own.  Well done to Josh Duncan who won overall and Christopher Cochrane for being runner up. If you live in Burnhill and want to find out more about services and activities for young people please contact William/Kenny on 0141 646 0123 or pop in to the Burnhill Sports centre on a Thursday between 1pm and 5pm. To view the pictures from the evening click here

Thursday 31, October 2013

Burnhill Children Group Halloween Party

The event was attended by 25+ young people, who made a fantastic effort with their costumes. The group participated in several Halloween themed games including dooking for apples, eating donuts (no hands allowed), pumpkin hunt, mummy making and an eyeball and spoon race. The Burnhill Sports Centre Staff judged the winner of the best costume, with Morticia being declared the winner.
Click here to see the pictures of the party. 

Saturday 19, October 2013

Wish You Were Here Art Exhibition

The exhibiton, part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival featured over 500 postcards drawn and written by local people of all ages. A mixture of wonderful artwork and words helping us challenge stigma and attitudes around mental health. 
Thank you to all who took part in this successful project.
Click here to view the pictures from the day. 

Wednesday 09, October 2013

Stonelaw High Well Prepared Event

HnH staff delivered these Well Prepared Taster Workshops to 170 1st year pupils at Stonelaw High School. The aim of the day was to enable the young people to make informed, effective and positive decisions around health through experiential learning, enjoyment and challenge. Students enjoyed taking part in a mental health game, an input from the DEN Youth Project and made their own delicious, healthy smoothie on the Healthy n Happy Smoothie Bike.
"I had a fantastic time and learned so much" student who attended event. 

Click here to see event pictures. 

For further information on HnH Well Prepared programme email or call 0141-646-0123 

Saturday 05, October 2013

DEN Peer Education Residential

7 new Peer Educators joined Jane and Dom at Dounans Outdoor Education Centre in Aberfoyle. The training included various health related workshops and a number of outdoor activities. The young people have now completed their Peer Education training.

Saturday 21, September 2013

Springhall Family Fun Day 2013

Over 120 local people joined us at this years Family Fun Day event held at the Community Centre. Guests met their neighbours and friends and enjoyed the arts & crafts, balloon modelling and having a go on the bouncy castle. Music on the day was provided by Camglen Radio and some of the guests had a go trying out their dj talents.

Thursday 08, August 2013

Burnhill Family Fun Day

This summer's community event celebrated the third anniversary of the Burnhill Action Group. The Fun Day was a great example of the good work already done by this community group, with over a hundred and eighty residents coming along  to celebrate and show their support including MP Tom Greatrex, MSP James Kelly and Councillor Gordon Clark and Councillor Denis McKenna.
The group is supported by HnH CDT and South Lanarkshire Council Tackling poverty Team  have been working hard to imporve the area through various project and programmes including environmental, volunteering, free training, employment, money advice and youth activities. 

Current Ongoing Events

The events below are ongoing. Click the links for more details

Information Station

We dont have any info stalls at the moment, new venues to be announced soon in the meantime you can tune in to their show on CamGlen Radio 107.9FM Tuesdays 1pm- 2pm.

The Parent Cafés

Wednesdays 11:30am until 1:30pm and The Follow On Group Fridays 10am until 12 noon both at Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre. Thursdays 13:30pm until 3pm at Burnhill Sports Centre. A chance for parents and carers of babies and toddlers to have a cuppa and share information and support.

Camglen Broadcasts

You can listen to previous broadcasts on Mixcloud or visit for future broadcasts and details. Alternatively tune in to 107.9FM

Open Doors

Information about and appointments for our stress management service are available by phoning the Transforming Lives team on 0141 641 5236


Choices workshops – a pick ‘n’ mix of topics relating to managing stress. Try one or try them all!  Call 0141 641 5236 for info.

Handy Folk Group

A group for local people from across Cambuslang and Rutherglen where you can learn or share a range of different skills. Criteria apply for more information call the Transforming Lives team on 0141-646-0123 or email

R&C Citizens Advice Bureau

The R & C Citizens Advice Bureau  helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems, appointments are not neccessary. For more information call 0141-646-3191


Bike Town Social Rides

These social rides are a fantastic way to get out the house, stay active and meet new people all the while enjoying the beautiful outdoors, watching the world go by. The group meets every Wendesday at 10.15am, anyone who lives within the G72 & G73 area who doesn't have a bike are also welcome to borrow one of our stock. Bike Town is located at Unit 5 Thomson Court, Rutherglen, G73 2RR.