Bombplots, Bampots and Bigots

As part of the Celtic family, many things can often seem second nature to us, things such as success, amazing atmospheres on European nights or even the more than occasional ‘honest mistake’ from the men in black. With such expectation, whether positive or negative, comes normalisation. Something which, as this article will highlight, can be … Continue reading Bombplots, Bampots and Bigots

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Calton Weavers: Scotland’s First Working Class Warriors

‘Weave Truth With Trust’ is the message which is depicted on the banner of the striking workers who belonged to the iconic ‘Calton Weavers’. A banner which has been captured in all of its tragic beauty by Scottish artist Ken Currie in a painting which now takes pride of place in the Glasgow’s Peoples Palace, … Continue reading Calton Weavers: Scotland’s First Working Class Warriors

Happy Monday Celtic Style: The Story of William O’Brien MP

Monday 6th November 1887 is a date with deep significance to any member of the Celtic family as this was the first official day in the charity focussed clubs existence, a long, singular and unbroken existence, which is presently stretching successfully over 128 years. A greater day than most for the poor folk of Glasgow's … Continue reading Happy Monday Celtic Style: The Story of William O’Brien MP

Happy Monday Celtic Style: The Story of William O’Brien MP

Monday 6th November 1887 is a date with deep significance to any member of the Celtic family as this was the first official day in the charity focussed clubs existence, a long, singular and unbroken existence, which is presently stretching successfully over 128 years. A greater day than most for the poor folk of Glasgow's … Continue reading Happy Monday Celtic Style: The Story of William O’Brien MP