Hello Weegies! Looking for something to do this weekend? Take a look at our picks of the best things to do in Glasgow and go try them out!
Hello Weegies! Looks like November is starting off well with a multitude of exciting online events, each more interesting than the last. So prepare your favorite hot drink, your soft little blanket and just follow the guide!
Salut les Frenchie Weegies! Le mois de Novembre commence bien avec une foultitude d’évènements en ligne plus intéressant les uns que les autres. Alors prépare ta boisson chaude cocooning préférée, ta petite couverture douce adorée et zéééé parti!
Hello and welcome for this second selection of online and IRL events from Frenchie Weegie.
Hello and welcome to the first weekend selection in English! For those who don’t know us, we are Frenchie Weegie, a blog for newcomers in Scotland. We give great tips about living in this beautiful country.
We’ve also been publishing a selection of the great events happening in Glasgow every week-end. Until now, the selection was only published in French but we wanted to share it with you!
Whether you’re born here or you’ve arrived yesterday, we’re sure you’ll find something to keep you busy and entertained this weekend in Glasgow.
We couldn’t wait for the 5-mile travel limit to be lifted, leave Glasgow and start to explore Scotland again! Welcome on board, today’s destination is Helensburgh.
Helensburgh is a small town in Western Scotland in Argyll county. Located on the north bank of Firth of Clyde, east of Loch Gare, it’s a perfect destination for a day trip away from Glasgow.
Glasgow is a great city if you are trying to go zero waste! There are loads of charity shops and specialist shops so it feels easy to purchase sustainably and reduce your impact on the planet.
Here’s a list of the best of zero waste shops in Glasgow:
This Sunday June 21, don’t forget Daddy! As Father’s Day is just around the corner, we’ve made it easier for you with our selection of gifts made in Glasgow.
Opening a bank account is sometimes complicated when you’ve just moved to Scotland but it is essential to have one if you want a job.