5 church buildings which caught my eye in lockdown.
A neglected graveyard leads to the history of a fascinating woman.
Pretty windows and gardens to cheer us all up.
September seems to have been mainly history related! There’s a surprise.
The Forth and Clyde Canal runs very close to our house and we love it for a Sunday afternoon stroll. We have three choices – east, west or the spur that runs… Read more Glasgow canal walks →
Gallery 1: Murals After I wrote my last post about Mary Hill, I thought I’d add something about the street art around the area. These murals first appeared during last year’s… Read more Street art: Maryhill →
Today is the day when many of my blogging friends are revealing their A to Z Challenge themes. I had a brilliant idea for a theme, based on the success of… Read more People Make Glasgow: Mary Hill →
The Forth and Clyde Canal, which runs sea-to-sea between the two rivers, has passed through Glasgow since the eighteenth century, though it ceased to be navigable in 1963. However, the multi-million Millennium… Read more A Glasgow canal walk →
We’ve lived in our present house for nearly twenty years, and every time we leave it we pass this at the end of the road, yet we’ve never been in:… Read more Stained glass and puppets →
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 →