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Kelvingrove Museum – the Pittenweem Connection

On a recent visit to Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, the word ‘Pittenweem’ on ...

By the Pittenweem Post

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How Govanhill’s link workers remove barriers to accessing healthcare

Not all of life’s maladies can be resolved in a 10-minute GP appointment. This is ...

By Lottie Hanwell, Greater Govanhill

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Forging the Path: the rise of Black migrant women entrepreneurs in Scotland

The UK Government’s most recent laws on migration, such as the Illegal Immigration Act 2023 ...

By Ana Dutra Tagliati

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The Visitor Levy: How it works in other cities

The Scots love a holiday, with around 70 percent of Scotland’s population going on at ...

By Anna MacQueen, Scottish Beacon

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ApparelXchange Shop in Glasgow Southside | Photo by Anna Macqueen

‘More than a shop’: taking a sustainable approach to childrenswear

The popularity of sustainable shopping has surged in recent years, with the second-hand clothing market ...

By Anna MacQueen, Greater Govanhill

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Rani of Jhansi by Ramu and Shubho Karmakar | Photo by Miriam Ali for Greater Govanhill

City of Empire: New exhibition unveils Glasgow’s colonial legacy 

City of Empire, a new permanent exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum unpacks Glasgow’s ...

By Samar Jamal, Greater Govanhill

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FONDS images on display at Tramway

FONDS: New multimedia exhibition tells the stories of Govanhill through its most treasured objects

FONDS, a new photography exhibition, podcast and film will open in our new exhibition space ...

By Greater Govanhill

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Culturally Sensitive Support: Sahara’s Response to Domestic Violence

“I felt I had the label of being a Muslim, someone who wears the hijab, ...

By Samar Jamal

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