GlescaPals motto:"Learn from the past, use well the
( Note : my GP
covers the whole of Glesca .... photies, stories etc) .
Jan2014 -Aug2014 Bridgeton History
Group - needs your help
Bridgeton History Group - needs your help
BHG is involved in a Bridgeton Project to compile a WW1 display in
Library and create a WW1 booklet. Have you have any information relating to World War 1, 1914-1918 ?
We are looking for any memorabilia, photographs, letters, daybooks, medals
and any stories. All items will be scanned or photographed and returned.
A chance to get your family's story told and remembered.
If you can help with this project please contact the Webmaister.
GlescaPals is a social
history of Glasgow with a compilation of stories and photographs
from myself and pals from all over the world. I was born and brought
up in Glasgow's east-end, Bridgeton - a well known district of
Glasgow and take great delight that this website has brought
the history of my area and surrounding areas into the homes of
people all over the world. GlescaPals has reunited many long
lost friendships and relations and many have made new pals through
the GlescaPals website, guestbooks and messageboards.
Glasgow - known as Glesca (Glesga) - is my favourite city, I hope
you get enjoyment from my website, spread the word, have a wee
blether on the messageboard, leave a message on the guestbook, but
most of all - enjoy yersell!.
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Glasgow (Glaschu in Gaelic; or Glesca/Glesga in Scots)
GlescaPals or GlesgaPals we are all Pals
This is an unofficial,
non-profit, & non-commercial, hobby website, intended for social
history use. No copyright infringement is intended. The photographs
(those not taken by myself) have been collected over the years from
many different, & often unknown, sources. If you are the copyright
owner of any photo on this site, please contact me and I will credit
your name. Or if you object to it being used, I will of course
photographs sent to me and publicised on this website can be used by