- Updated: 10 Feb 2011
The response to the Heroes Centre Community Open Days has been more than encouraging. The charity has received messages of support and confirmation of attendance from clubs, schools, associations, parliamentarians, local Councillors, the media and many local people.
Helensburgh Heroes really appreciate the efforts that people are making to attend the Days, either in person, or via a representative.
- Updated: 3 Feb 2011
Helensburgh Heroes has unveiled its proposals to convert an old Industrial Building into an Arts & Community Entertainment Centre
The property is located at 19 George Street to the east side of Helensburgh’s Town Centre.
The plans, released by the Charity, reveal an Arts & Entertainment Centre – The Heroes Centre – set over three floors. The objective of the Centre is to provide a much needed leisure facility for the community, which is both aspirational and educational in approach, which will boost the local economy.
- Updated: 3 Feb 2011
Helensburgh Heroes, has unveiled plans to convert an old Victorian warehouse into an Arts & Community Entertainment Centre.
The building at 19 George Street, Helensburgh has been described as a hidden gem. Containing many of its original industrial era Victorian features, such as cobble stone flooring and an impressive volume, the building offers the Charity the opportunity to create a centre with real ‘wow factor’ over three floors. The Charity has been seeking a viable location for such a project since its inception in 2008.
- Updated: 22 Apr 2010
Introducing the very talented and dedicated artists and musicians of the Helensburgh Heroes Experience
Zoe Clarke, Alana Craig, Alan A Craig, Emma Craig, Kirsten Easdale, Rachael M Gibbs, Gordon Hillis, Jamie B Hughes, Adrienne Kerr, Robert Kirk, Anna-Louise McCall, John McMurtrie & Cara Noble
- Updated: 28 Dec 2009
The Helensburgh Heroes community recording of Bowie's classic Heroes track has been nominated for two 'For Argyll' awards. Helensburgh Heroes was selected as a finalist in each category after an initial round of pulic voting to pick the eventual finalists.
The project described as one of the "most inclusive ever undertaken" has been nominated in the Best Community Initiative and Best Community Event.
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The Heroes Centre - A Centre of Digital Excellence in the spirtual birthplace of Television
The Charity, Helensburgh Heroes, has secured a three storey Victorian Warehouse and goods yard within the centre of the Scottish West Coast town of Helensburgh.
A team of professionals has been created, tasked with the challenge of converting this former railway building into a Digital Academy & Entertainment Centre.