As 2016 draws to a close, Govan’s Hidden Histories would like to wish you all a very, very, happy holidays! We’d also like to take this opportunity to share a … Continue reading
Merlin Loves Christmas! ‘Quest for the 13 Treasures’ graphic novel giveaway – Wed 7 Dec at Govan Loves Christmas event
Head on down to Govan Loves Christmas, 3 – 6.30 pm Wednesday 7 Dec, at Govan Cross. Lots of entertainment and activities for all the family, and the chance for 10-14 year-olds to get their hands on a free copy of ‘Quest for the 13 Treasures of Govan & Glasgow’!
We’re delighted with this article on page 3 of today’s Sunday Herald which features some great information on Merlin’s Govan connections –from author and historian Tim Clarkson – and info about … Continue reading
‘Merlin in Scotland and Govan’ – Talk by Tim Clarkson and Double Book Launch at Govan Old Church: Saturday 19 November
Friends of Govan Old and Govan’s Hidden Histories are delighted to invite you to an evening exploring Scotland’s – and Govan’s – claim to history’s most famous wizard!
‘Strong Women of Clydeside’ for Doors Open Days: Join us for a guided walk & public art action on Saturday 17th Sept, 12.30- 3.30pm
Celebrating women’s roles in the 1915 Rent Strikes, the 1971 Upper Clyde Shipbuilder’s Work-In, and other recent protests – this guided walk and creative ‘happening’ employs humour, (temporary) graffiti, banners, … Continue reading
If you want to know more about what the Quest is about, and how to get a copy, please check HERE. As with any great Quest throughout history, it took … Continue reading
Hot off the presses, the Quest for the 13 Treasures of Govan & Glasgow is an exciting new graphic novel exploring Govan & Partick’s incredible medieval history. Govan’s Hidden Histories is very proud to present … Continue reading
The Glasgow Rent strikes originating in Govan at Cressy Hall at Linthouse were organised, led and enacted by women. Three years before the suffrage cause was partly realised working-class women in Glasgow had brought about legislation that would benefit the whole of Britain, however, Mary Barbour and the other women of the Glasgow Women’s Housing Association did not rest there and continued to campaign..
Coming soon… A quest for all young explorers to find Ancient Glasgow’s hidden treasures in Govan and Partick. Merlin is on a mission in Govan and Partick to recover Glasgow’s ancient lost … Continue reading
As part of Glasgow’s Doors Open Day, we’re getting the word out about our brand new entertaining tour about Govan and Glasgow’s entertainment history: The Entertaining Govan Audio Tour features interviews with … Continue reading