Capturing the Past Exhibition
Pop-up Exhibition, Rosebank
The lives of the people of the Clyde and Avon Valley will be celebrated in a pop-up exhibition focusing on the industrial, horticultural and agricultural archaeology and heritage of the Clyde and Avon Valley.
Created from research undertaken by CAVLP Heritage Volunteers during the Capturing the Past project, the exhibition offers visitors the chance to explore the archaeology and heritage of fruit growers, brick makers, farmers and more, who shaped the landscape of the Clyde and Avon Valley that we know and love today.
The exhibits will include historical artefacts, medieval style tiles fired last autumn, textiles, cyanotype photo montages, hanging displays and much more.
The exhibition will be held at Flowers of Scotland Garden Centre, Rosebank, from Saturday the 25th of March to Saturday the 8th of April. Open from 10am – 4pm daily. Admission FREE.