The Garden Suburb on the Grid and Pollokshields Oral Histories
To accompany the East Pollokshields Exhibition Launch, GCHT intern, Ross Wylie, will speak about the origins and development of this Victorian Garden Suburb and cover a range of topics including tenement living, historic architecture and green spaces on the East Pollokshields grid. The lecture will also consider the legacy of Victorian planning and design in the 21st century and how the lessons of the past can be incorporated in planning for the future.
Dr. Sue Morrison will discuss her work for the publication She Settles in the Shields as well as her upcoming oral history work in the area. Sue is a professional historian with a varied background which includes academic research and teaching, project and business management, and community volunteering.
Date: 7th September 2015
Exhibition Launch: 6.30pm
Lectures are free to GCHT Friends or £5 donation for non-friends.
Please note, booking is essential for the lectures.
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or call 0141 552 1331.
Hope to see you there!