Roman walls, swans, and library protests.
There was more to December than the Festive Season!
Better late than never!
A mine, the moon and Mackintosh!
Another lovely weekend in Central Scotland meant I could cross off two more items on my summer “must visit” list. The Kelpies are the latest large-scale public art installations by sculptor… Read more A weekend with kelpies and old books →
Maryhill is an area of Glasgow close to where we live which, although not particularly touristy, has some interesting developments going on. It dates from the coming of the canals… Read more Maryhill Burgh Halls →
Last weekend, my sister and her younger daughter were visiting, staying with my parents. It’s hard to find activities which everyone from 13 to 85 can join in with, but… Read more A tale of two unis →
On Wednesday, I visited Glasgow Women’s Library with the group of librarians I have met through Twitter. I took notes during the talk by librarian Wendy Kirk, meaning to write… Read more Glasgow Women’s Library →
I’ve wanted to visit Innerpeffray Library for years. Last weekend, when we stayed in Perth, I planned to visit on our way home but overlooked the fact that the library… Read more Innerpeffray Library & the Knock of Crieff →
And so to the final instalment of the National Libraries Day adventure in Glasgow. To find out why it was called “In the Loop” and the hashtag was #nldshoogle you’ll… Read more In the Loop for National Libraries Day →
A couple of days ago I posted about the library crawl I was organising for National Libraries Day via Glasgow Subway. Well, it took place yesterday and was enjoyed by… Read more We love to #shoogle →
Tomorrow is National Libraries Day Several librarians from various sectors, including me, are going on a library crawl via the Glasgow Subway. We hope to raise awareness of the good… Read more A shoogle round Glasgow’s libraries →