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Doors Open Day – East End Women’s Heritage Walk
18th September, 2016 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
This fascinating heritage walk takes you to the very heart of Glasgow’s East End, telling stories of feisty activists, radical change-makers, weavers and witches. Find out about the Templeton Carpet factory women, the Suffragettes held in Duke Street Prison, the woman who set up the Barras and the first cat to be a paid up member of a Trade Union!
Doors Open Day – East End Women’s Heritage Walk, Sunday 18th September, 11am to 1pm, Meet at Glasgow Women’s Library
Beginning and ending at the unique Glasgow Women’s Library this is a wonderful opportunity to discover the hidden histories of Glasgow’s women.
Previous women’s heritage walk attendees have told us it was a “Great morning out hearing histories of the area and inspiring words. Good to meet and walk and chat!”
This walk is part of Doors Open Day festival and booking is not required, places allocated on a first come first served basis on the morning of the walk.
Doors Open Day events are open to all and free to attend. For this walk, no booking is required. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis on the morning of the walk. If you would like to join, please meet at Glasgow Women’s Library prior to 11am on Sunday 18th September. The walk will begin at 11am.
Find out about similar events, such as other women’s heritage walks and women’s heritage bike rides this autumn, here.
Doors Open Days is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust. It runs throughout Scotland every September as part of European Heritage Days. For more information see www.doorsopendays.org.uk Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is coordinated locally by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust. For more information see www.glasgowdoorsopendays.com