Cube H.A. Tree Report

To download the report click the link below. wyndford-tree-report – 67.4MB pdf Cube submitted the report to Glasgow City Council in July as part of the planning application. A member of staff from the council will be going round Wyndford this week to confirm if the details in the report are correct or not. To […]

It’s Time to Fix the Streets

Last year the WRA chose to move it’s main focus from ‘Police and Antisocial Behaviour’, to ‘Landscape & Environment’. The lighting around the estate has all been upgraded , which has made a huge improvement, but a lot of people agreed that something needed to be done about the general state of the streets and other […]

Wyndford Fun Day – 27th of July 2013

Bouncy Castles – Ponies – Face Painting – Petting Zoo – Artillery Gun – Bouncy Assault Course – Fire Engine – Art Stall – DJ – Football – Live Band + more… ALL FREE! The WRA will be having it’s annual Fun Day in The Maryhill Hub, from 12-4pm. facebook event This is being supported […]

Getting Ready for the Snow

On the Wednesday the 16th of January members of the WRA set out with members from the Wyndford & District Community Council to grit the paths for the snow that was forecast for the coming Friday. As it turned out the snow ended up moving south, and nothing fell. Not to worry, as it was good practice, […]

Street lights to be upgraded – Nov 2012

Andy Waddell, Head of Roads and Neighbourhood Services has confirmed that work to upgrade the street lights in the estate will start sometime shortly after the 19th of November this year. The yellow lights will be replaced by white lighting. Work was due to start in September, but there were problems purchasing materials for the job. If […]

Wyndford Residents Association

Wyndford Fun Day – 28th of July 2012

Bouncy Castles, Pony Rides, Face Painting, Caricaturist, Circus Workshop, and more. The Maryhill Hub – Saturday the 28th of July, 12 till 4pm. 

Police Meeting – 9th of May – 6.30pm in The Maryhill Hub

Police will be attending the meeting to discuss their plans for the area. This will also give residents a chance to voice their concerns, and ask questions.

Aims and Objectives

Aims & Objectives of the Wyndford Residents Association.

Aims & Objectives of the Wyndford Residents Association.

From our constitution: Wyndford Residents Association will strive to strengthen community spirit and improve the living conditions and environment of all residents in the Wyndford Housing Estate. We will develop means which will allow us to be accessible to residents and enable us to be a voice for resident’s complaints, comment, and concerns. The WRA […]

Land & Environment

Getting ready for winter – grit bins in Wyndford

Getting ready for winter – grit bins in Wyndford

Seeing as the last few winters have been it a bit extreme it would make sense if we tried to prepare as much as possible for this one. Some of the pavements and stairs have been so bad that going to the shops for a pint of milk seemed more like a death wish than […]