Tag: james cornfield

“Church of St Josephs” by J Cornfield 2005

  This is perhaps my most favourite poem by the late Jimmy Cornfield. Written in 2005, it details the events leading up to and around the construction of the church, which Jimmy has cleverly put into prose. Pictured alongside this poem, exclusively shown online for the first time is the St Joseph’s Church during the […]

“Boundary” by James Cornfield 2006

An excellent poem about Blantyre’s Northern Boundary along the River Clyde. This was written by the the late James Cornfield back in 2006 and is added to the large, growing collection of Blantyre poems in the history archives at: https://blantyreproject.com/reference/blantyre-poems/ Pictured very aptly, alongside this post is a boy at the River Clyde near Boatland, […]