#LightUpKelvinWay

A different approach to my usual weekly segment. 

I want to write a post today to spread the word about a campaign set up by The Tab Glasgow to help install CCTV cameras along a road in West End Glasgow. For any of you who do not know Glasgow that well, Kelvin Way is home to one of the most popular parks in Glasgow: Kelvingrove. When paired next to a University campus and a short walk to student accommodation and concert venues such as the SSE Hydro, the road is heavily used by student and members of the community.

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An open letter to Manchester

Dear Manchester,

I would be lying if I said that you’ve always had my heart because you haven’t. Before I left your tarmac streets in September, I thought you were dark, dull and dingy. Your concrete buildings towered over me like authoritarian figures holding me in a drab prison cell. You were bleak and you were dismal and I tolerated you.

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The High Hills of Scotland – Part 2

13th June 2013 – Glasgow
Photographs taken by me.
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The quirkiness of Glasgow and its University is one that surprised me, when seeing a sign reading ‘Defend the craft, drink more beer’ I knew it was a place I’d fit in (no I don’t drink but I love the humour). I love Glasgow & hope to soon return. Hopefully next time I’ll have a place at the University, fingers crossed!