Help install #MakeYourWay Stiles and Signage in Glassford

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Thursday 12 October 2017 10:15am until Friday 13 October 2017 5:00pm


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Meeting point is outside Glassford Church Hall

Join icecream architecture to help install art work in Glassford as part of the #MakeYourWay project. You will be helping install bespoke stiles and wayfinding on local walking routes. These will celebrate the distinct heritage and landscape features around Glassford. There will be some heavy lifting and digging so anyone keen to lend a hand will be very welcome and you will be helping people to rediscover the fantastic landscape in and around Glassford. 

Meeting point: Meet at Glassford Church Hall at 10.15am, Thursday 12th and Friday 13th October.

Running time: The volunteering will run till 5pm although if you need to leave early due to other commitments, that is fine, we are grateful for your help. Just let the organisers know.

All tools will be provided. Please wear weather appropriate clothing and bring gloves if possible. 

For further information and booking for the 12th or 13th October, please call icecream architecture on 0141 237 8592 or email Ross Wylie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Check out the photos of the signage, hand painted by artist Zoe Pearson. 

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