A memorial to the soldiers of Glasgow who fought on the Somme and the women at home who knitted for them.
The picture above has appeared on this blog before, but I’m recycling it for Jude’s new Garden Challenge. Her theme for January is Winter Gardens – head to her blog… Read more January: Winter Gardens →
Glasgow Green is our oldest park, established in the 15th century. It’s also home to the People’s Palace (social history museum) with its magnificent Winter Gardens. Other landmarks include the Nelson Monument… Read more Glasgow Green and the People’s Palace →
I had neither camera nor my photography expert with me when I went to see the Sensational Alex Harvey‘s bench in the Winter Gardens at Glasgow’s People’s Palace, so please forgive the iPad pictures. This is… Read more Bench series: Alex Harvey →
On a recent visit to Glasgow Green, I spotted this unusual wooden bench in the garden outside the People’s Palace. I don’t remember noticing it before, nor the statue of… Read more People’s Palace bench →
The People’s Palace is Glasgow’s social history museum. My latest visit was with Glasgow Women’s Library’s Seeing Things project – although I’ve been many times before, it was interesting to… Read more The People’s Palace →
Doors Open Days happen throughout September in different cities in Scotland – this last weekend it was Glasgow’s event and we went exploring on Sunday, concentrating our efforts on the area near Glasgow… Read more Glasgow’s Doors Open 2013 →