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    Speirs Wharf focus for Living on Water

    Scottish Canals say the number of Scots living and working on our canals has quadrupled since launching their Living on Water initiative three years ago. The Forth and Clyde Canal at the regenerated Glasgow’s Speirs Wharf area is the latest...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Canal corridor: help shape the regeneration

    The Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership is hosting workshop sessions on the design for the Woodside-Firhill-Hamiltonhill area from tomorrow, Wednesday, until Saturday (Feb 4-7). Local residents, business owners, landowners, representatives of the council and other agencies will also...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    The Reflections of Terry Welsh – a rich and colourful local history

    A memoir that delves into the rich and colourful history of the west of Glasgow has been published on Kindle with a foreword by journalist and broadcaster Graham Spiers, writes Martin Greig. Reflections: Lambhill, Possil and Elsewhere by the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Glasgow Doors Open Day – a 170-building welcome

    Glasgow Doors Open Day 2014 has been launched today – and you can find a complete list of all 170 buildings and events involved in the September festival on their website now. The free annual heritage festival is coordinated and organised...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Wee Doors Open Day … celebrating Glasgow’s architecture

    The Mackintosh Church and Maryhill Burgh Halls are among the architectural highlights of the Mini Doors Open Day on Wednesday, July 23 – part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme. From Glasgow’s Oldest Music Hall to Glasgow’s Shipbuilding...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Forth and Clyde Canal: explore the past, present … and future

    You don’t need a smartphone to start exploring the majestic Forth and Clyde Canal – but a new app adds an exciting dimension to unlocking the 200-year-old waterway’s secrets, writes Ginny Clark. If you want to know...

    • Posted 3 years ago