Monday 18th April 1921 was a day Blantyre will remember. But not for any good reason. That day saw multiple thefts, vandalism and serious disturbances in streets and shops from around midday to midnight. Vans parked up in streets that had come from Glasgow were broken into and raided, and some instances the drivers were […]
Blantyre! Happy Easter!
Easter in the tyre, wull ne’r be the same, Naebday rolls their eggs nae mair, tae kids it jist seems lame. Ah ‘kin remember paintin’ eggs, wi’ colours sae bold an grand, bile them, paint ’em, line them up, on kitchen bunkers they stand. Then ‘aff tae the ‘hills’ for rollin, Greenha, Camel humps an […]