The Green and White of Govan

Growing up in the East End of Glasgow within ten minutes of paradise always felt like a beautiful thing - at times tough and gritty but always honest and humble. Places like the Calton, Barrowfield or the Gallowgate are proud and industrious working class communities that, despite continuous attempts at soulless gentrification which inevitably leads … Continue reading The Green and White of Govan

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