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Fundraising EventWe still have tickets available for PEEK’s Monsters Ball on Friday, 28th October at the Grand Central Hotel at 7pm!
July & August NewsletterWelcome to our bi monthly newsletter, In this edition we celebrate National Play Day with
200 families and help launch Glasgow Play Strategy. We hope you enjoy!
Activity Programme from AugustIn this Activity Programme you can find out what's on this term. We are currently delivering 30 Street Play sessions and various creative learning sessions across the North and East of Glasgow.
Our Mission is to Improve the life chances of children and young people by unlocking their potential and journeying
alongside them, as they play, create and thrive.
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National Play DayPEEK are celebrating National Play Day on Wednesday 3rd August 12noon to 3pm at Dalmarnock Primary School, 111 Baltic Street.
It is also the launch of Glasgow Play Strategy.
Everyone is Welcome to this amazing event, there will be lots of fun activities to take part in and it's all FREE!!
Omnipotent Crossfit Charity RowThank you to Omnipotent Crossfit, who have set up a Charity Row to raise funds for PEEK.
The Glasgow AwardsGREAT NEWS!! we have been shortlisted as finalists at The 2nd Glasgow Awards 2016. Now we need your help, please use the link below to vote for PEEK. Thank you
Type PEEK then Select Charity of the year and then say something brief about why you are nominating PEEK.
March - April NewsletterOver the Rainbow
Our Spring Break Programme seen a blast of colour burst into the East End with our Over the Rainbow performing arts week. Read More
Job OpportunityWheatley Pledge Job Opportunity. D MCNAIR LTD are looking for a Stores Operative / Forklift Driver. If you are interested or know someone that is then share this link with them.
Apply by sending your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Up Close with MelodieHere is the first of our Up Close series, were we dive into the world of our PEEK Hero's. We caught up with Melodie Crumlin our CEO to discuss how the start of the year has been for her.
The Chatterbox Issue 1Written by the young people who attend the G31 Centre. Brought to you by the South Camlachie Youth Project, PEEK and WoS Housing
January - February 2016 NewsletterPEEK has "hit the ground running" in 2016, our newsletter for January and February is here. Click the link below to read and download.
Street Play MapPEEK's Let's Play team are now active in 16 sites across the North and East of Glasgow and will be expanding into more areas. Download the map and find out where we are, and the activity times.
Engendered a performance created by young peopleEngendered is a new and exciting performance created by young people.
Facebook Event Page
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Activity Programme - from January 2016Here is our activity programme from January 2016, This year Let's play is expanding to new sites across the North and East of Glasgow and our Creative Learning team also have a lot of activities, click on the link below to download your copy.
Help Create a Fairer Scotland!
The Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow - 24th November, Registration from 1pm, Workshop 1.30pm-4pm
The Scottish Government has launched a national conversation to achieve a fairer, more equal society in Scotland. Young Scot and the Scottish Youth Parliament are inviting you have your say on what a fairer Scotland should look like by 2030, and the steps that should be taken to make this vision a reality. We're running a workshop event in Glasgow, for young people to share experiences, and collaborate to develop innovative ideas.
This is your chance to think creatively, putting your ideas into practical solutions to create a fairer Scotland!
Travel costs will be reimbursed and nibbles will be provided. All participants will receive 500 Young Scot Rewards points. Read more
October NewsletterWelcome to our monthly newsletter, in the month of October PEEK celebrated 15 years of creating Possibilities for Each and Every Kid in the community. Read more
Summer NewsletterWelcome to our summer newsletter, have a look at what PEEK got up to over the summer, we hope you enjoy!
PEEK Community CeilidhPlease come along to the free PEEK Community Ceilidh on Thursday 6th August as part of the Young People Taking the Lead Youth Exchange. Starts at 7pm at St Joseph's Church, Tollcross. Come along for some food, dancing and entertainment. Everyone welcome smile emoticon
June NewsletterPEEK’s newsletter has arrived, find out what we got up to throughout June, we hope you enjoy!
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Wheatley Pledge, Administrator job opportunity with Land EngineeringIn order to be considered for this position, candidates must be unemployed or leaving education/designated training programme AND be a Wheatley Group customer.
HERITAGE BLUEPRINTThe National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is keen to work more with young people to understand your views, attitudes and behaviours towards heritage in Scotland, both now and in the future.
Over the next 12 months, NTS and Young Scot would like to work a team of 15 passionate young people aged 16-25 to increase young people’s active involvement in NTS as an organisation.
You will get the opportunity to make a real difference by creating opportunities with NTS to shape its engagement and membership offer for young people. Part of the team of young people, you will develop an exciting programme of work, that could include visiting NTS properties, sharing your experiences and ideas. Read more
PEEK Summer Programme 2015This summer we have a fully packed 8 page programme filled with activities for everyone.
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PEEK Annual Report 2014- 2015As we approach our 15th anniversary we look back over our tremendous journey throughout 2014. Not only has this year been one of the busiest,most exciting and dynamic years for PEEK, it has also seen many significant changes as well as successes.
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April NewsletterPEEK’s newsletter has arrived, find out what we got up to throughout April, we hope you enjoy!
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March NewsletterPEEK’s newsletter has arrived, find out what we got up to throughout March, we hope you enjoy!
PEEK's Monthly NewsletterIn the first newsletter of 2015. We have a lot of amazing news, updates and opportunities to kick start the year!
PEEK's Monthly NewsletterWelcome to PEEK's monthly newsletter, find out what we got up to throughout December, we hope you enjoy!
PEEK's Monthly NewsletterWelcome to October's newsletter, it’s been another fabulous month for us at PEEK, we have lots of exciting news to share and you can read all about our success in securing over £600K from the Big Lottery…..
PEEK have been shorlisted for People's MillionsPEEK are happy to announce that we have been shortlisted as one of the 24 groups from across Scottish STV and ITV regions who have been chosen to compete for the chance of winning up to £50,000 in Lottery funding. Read more
Everyone welcome to our Volunteer Celebration!Come and help us celebrate with our wonderful volunteers on the the 6th November 2014.....
PEEK's Annual Report 2014 - Video & poster!Lots of exciting news & reviews of the last year to share with you! Read more
You Are Invited To PEEK's AGM!You are invited to our AGM on Tue 13th May 6pm - 8.30pm at The Reidvale Neighbourhood Centre. Read more
PEEK Activities Programme 2014New programme of PEEK activities starts Monday 20th January!
PEEK project manager wins Unsung Hero Award!Melodie Crumlin was deeply humbled to be awarded The Unsung Hero Award at the Herald's Society awards ceremony 2013. Read more
PEEK shortlisted for The Herald’s prestigious Society awards!PEEK is thrilled to have been shortlisted for The Herald’s prestigious Society awards! The awards are to honour the fantastic work of the public and voluntary sector. Read more
Race Night fund raiserPEEK have organised another fun date for your social diary this month! Read more
Become a Badminton VIP with PEEK this November!Sign up now for this free & fun day out for all the family on Sunday 24th November. Read more
PEEK Halloween Quiz Night at The Griffin BarCome along to our spooky Quiz Night at The Griffin bar. Friday 11th October at 8pm.(For over 18s) Read more
Active Play Event – Discussion at Commonwealth House.This Thursday 12th September PEEK will be taking part in an Active Play event at The Stadium conference room in Commonwealth House in Glasgow. The event is titled, Developing Physical Literacies through Play, and will involve several key speakers. Read more
PEEK Celebrate National Play Day with Judy MurrayWatch peek on stv news celebrating National Play Day at Ruchazie, Croftcroighn Park on the 7th August. Read more
PEEK’s Active Play Launch features in Friday's Evening Times....Active Play aims to encourage the development of physical literacy in children aged 5-13 years through play in a community setting. By providing children with local access to various physical games and activities the development of fundamental movement skills is promoted in an informal child centred setting.
Active PlayPEEK is involved in 1 year pilot programme for Active Play which is funded by Inspiring Scotland & the Scottish Government. Read more
PEEK Combats Fear of Kids Playing OutsideReal Radio interviewed Play Rangers and Local Children from Cranhill and got their take on and the benefits of playing outside.......
October WeekWhen witches go riding, and black cats are seen/the moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween…… Read more
News LetterPEEKS Newsletter August 2012
Find out what activities and events took place over the summer!
Winner of 2012 "Come Den with Me" competitionPEEK are delighted to announce they won the Young Glasgow “Come Den with Me” Competition. Read more
Over £700 raised at Ladies Who LunchOver £700 was raised at the PEEK Ladies Who Lunch event which took place on this Sunday (13th May).
Over £100K Funding for Outdoor PlayFunding totalling more than £100K has been provided by Inspiring Scotland’s Go2Play programme to improve play opportunities among five to 13-year-olds living in the East End of Glasgow over the next year. Read more
Children & Young People Put on Perfect PerformancePEEK Theatre Group wowed crowds with a performance of A Tiger Came to Tea and Romeo and Juliet this week (Tuesday 8th May) at the Bridge, Easterhouse.
Easter ExtravaganzaPEEK held an ‘Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza’ for over 40 local children last week (Wednesday 4th April).
Local HeroPEEK is delighted to announce that local volunteer Tommy Healy won the Senior Community Champion Award last week (16 February). Read more
PEEK Wins Community Champion AwardPEEK is delighted to have won the ‘Team Award’ at the Grand Final of the Glasgow Community Champion Awards 2011 at the City Chambers yesterday (1st December). Read more
PEEK’s Peer Education Group Wins International AwardPEEK’s Peer Education Group won an international ‘Emma Humphries’ award for raising awareness of issues such as body image, self esteem, prostitution and sex trafficking at an event in which took place in London in October. Read more
PEEK Volunteer Nominated for Big Hearted Scotland AwardPossibilities East End Kids (PEEK) is delighted to announce that Vicky Fox was shortlisted for the 'Volunteer of the Year' award at the Big Hearted Scotland Awards ceremony held in the Radisson Hotel this month. Read more
East End Community Project Combats the Culture of Bubble Wrapped KidsHundreds of children across Glasgow’s East End are climbing trees, building dens and taking their learning outdoors, thanks to an exciting summer programme which has given children the confidence to learn new life skills in safety. Read more
East End Women Nominated for an International AwardPEEK’s Peer Education Group has been nominated for an international ‘Emma Humphries’ award for raising awareness of issues such as body image, self esteem, prostitution and sex trafficking. Read more
Community Project Steers Young People into EmploymentAn award winning community project based in the east end of Glasgow is working harder than ever to steer young people into employment. Read more
Project Promotes Outdoor Play to Combat Indifference to ExerciseCommunity project promotes outdoor play to help combat “youth and parental indifference to exercise” Read more
East End Parents Encouraged to Play with their ChildrenAn award winning community project based in the east end of Glasgow encourages parents to put down their mobile phones, switch of their computers and spend quality play time with their children. Read more
Safety on Site Leads to Fundraising SuccessThe construction team on Glasgow's new Indoor Sports Arena and Velodrome - the host buildings for the 2014 Commonwealth Games - recently celebrated thousands of man hours without a reportable accident on site. Read more
PEEK Wins Community Champion AwardPossibilities East End Kids (PEEK) is delighted to have won the ‘Team Award’ at the Evening Times Community Champion Awards ceremony held in the Winter Gardens last night (19th January 2011). Read more
East End Community Project Champions Outdoor Play for ChildrenDespite traditional attitudes that children should not be out in the rain and a rise in popularity of indoor activities such as computer games, PEEK (Possibilities East End Kids) is championing outdoor play as an essential part of a child’s development. Read more