LIFE IN the city may have changed completely but Glaswegians still have plenty of heart.

Looking after each other is the cornerstone of the Glasgow Times Streets Ahead campaign, which has been bringing neighbours together to improve their communities since 2011.

Now, more than ever, people are pulling together – and Streets Ahead is here to help.

Our initiative, backed by Glasgow City Council, City Charitable Trust, CGI and City Building shines a light on the men, women and children working hard to improve their local areas for the benefit of all.

Over the previous eight years, we have celebrated their excellent efforts across a whole range of projects, from creating gorgeous community gardens out of nothing, to rallying neighbours together for clean-ups and more.

At our annual awards ceremony, we have paid tribute to the unsung heroes - the fantastic individuals and groups who do so much for their neighbours without looking for any praise or recognition.

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City life is very different for all of us as the coronavirus outbreak keeps everyone at home and social distancing means many community events and projects have been postponed or closed.

Lots of initiatives have had to shut down and cancel plans for spring and summer get-togethers.

In a typically Glaswegian way, however, communities are rallying together in these strange and unsettling times, finding new ways to support each other.

We want you to tell us about what you are doing to help your community, and let us know how we can help spread the word or rally support for you.

Tell us about the superhero neighbours helping you in your time of need and the key workers keeping your community going.

Send us your stories and photos and we will help you spread the word.

Schools, which have always been at the heart of our campaign, are now closed but pupils and staff can still play a part in Streets Ahead.

We want to hear from the Class of 2020 – the primary seven and sixth year pupils who would have been celebrating the end of an era in style, but instead, are spending the last few months of their primary or secondary school days under lockdown.

What do you want to say to your classmates and friends? Tell us your favourite school moments over the years, and pay tribute to the teachers and fellow pupils special to you. Did you get that end-of-year hoodie or t-shirt? What will you miss most about school?

*Tell us why your community is Streets Ahead - send your stories and photos to