- Updated: 17 Dec 2008
On Monday 8th December 2008, Helensburgh Heroes was officially granted Charitable status by the Office of the Scottish Charity Registrar (OSCR). The Charity number for Helensburgh Heroes is SC040114. A copy of the company's charitable objects can be found here: Helensburgh Heroes' charitable objects
The company's listing in the register of Scottish Charities can be found here: OSCR Charity Index Details
- Updated: 28 Nov 2008
Graham+Sibbald (Argyll & Bute's selling agent) confirmed that they had received an offer for the East Clyde Street Centre from Helensburgh Heroes Ltd. at 10.00 a.m this morning. The closing date for offers was midday today and a decision regarding the successful bid/offer is expected to be made in the next few weeks.
- Updated: 21 Nov 2008
If you are attending this Sunday's 'Christmas Lights' event in Helensburgh, please ensure that you pop by and visit the Helensburgh Heroes stall - we can be found in the Marquee at the top end of Colquhoun Square.
We will be displaying our proposals for the Clyde Street Centre, taking orders for sweatshirts and T-shirts, signing up budding recording stars for our 'Heroes' recording and generally answering any questions that you might have. We'd love to see you!
- Updated: 20 Nov 2008
If you are now wracking your brains in an attempt to remember the tune or the words to Heroes - here's one that the marvellous D.Bowie prepared earlier.
- Updated: 19 Nov 2008
Jackie Baillie MSP, Tom Vaughan, Seb Vaughan, Major Phil Ashby QGM recently faced the cameras and kindly gave us their memories of Helensburgh together with their thoughts on the Clyde Street Centre Project. You can view the film clips here:
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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.