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Doors Open: East End Women’s Heritage Walk
22nd September, 2013 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Researched by learners and volunteers at Glasgow Women’s Library, this women’s heritage walk uncovers the hidden heroines of Glasgow’s East End. If you are interested in finding out more about the women who worked in the Templeton factory, Suffragettes who were held in Duke Street Prison, or the woman who set up the Barras (and many more) then this is the perfect way to spend your Doors Open Sunday afternoon.
Sunday 22nd September, 2pm (free)
Bookings open on 20th August. Book online via the Glasgow Doors Open Day website
The Library will also be open on Saturday 21st September from 10am to 4pm for Doors Open day, please do come along and visit us in our new home in Bridgeton.
Our Doors Open events are part of the Discover Festival in Glasgow’s East End. Other events happening in Bridgeton this weekend include the Hidden Bridgeton Poetry Walks from the Olympia Building throughout Sunday. More details on these on the Glasgow Doors Open Day Website.