Glasgow Womens Library 23 Landressy Street G40 1BP
The women of Glasgows East End have always had to be industrious and resourceful simply to survive. This walking tour focuses on some of their achievements and struggles, and the radical nature of the area which gave birth to them.
Discover the hidden heroines of Glasgowâ€™s East End by joining our tour guides on Glasgow Womenâ€™s Libraryâ€™s unique heritage walk.
The women of the East End have always had to be industrious and resourceful simply to survive. This walking tour focuses on some of their achievements and struggles, and the radical nature of the area which gave birth to them. Find out about the women of the Templeton factory, the Suffragettes held in Duke Street Prison, the woman who set up the Barras and much, much more!
Number in Brochure: 143
Sun 2pm; 2 hours
Advanced Booking Essential
Additional Booking Information:
Booking opens at 10am on Wednesday 26th August 2015.
Please be aware that Doors Open Day events are very popular and will book out quickly.
Spaces are limited per person.
Please only book for events that you intend to go to and cancel your space as soon as possible if you are unable to attend.
If the event is fully booked please feel free to add yourself to the wait list, if a space becomes available you will be contacted and will have one day to respond. Please be aware that you must add yourself to the waitlist for every space and for the times that you want ie. if looking for three spaces at any time, add your name 3 times to each event time.
Limited Disabled Access
This walk takes place in East End, some areas are in the park
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Bridgeton
Parking: On Street Parking Available Free of Charge
Glasgow Womenâ€™s Library
0141 550 2267