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The recent audit by Glasgow City Council and the subsequent report produced (Glasgow, Slavery and Atlantic Commerce: An Audit of Historic Connections and Modern Legacies) allow for important discussions around historical figures.
David Livingstone Birthplace was delighted to receive a £200 donation from the Asda Foundation’s Green Tokens Scheme and a huge selection of over 200 bedding plants and climbers from local supermarket Asda Blantyre.
Work begins this week (26 April 2021) on the much anticipated and long awaited ‘Ma Robert’ playpark at David Livingstone Birthplace.
David Livingstone Birthplace is delighted to announce that its newly renovated café housed in the previously named African Pavilion, will be run by Hazel Krawczyk, owner of Hazel’s Butterfly Bakery in Uddingston.
A group of precious polychromatic plaster tableaux depicting David Livingstone's historic journey to Africa have been painstakingly restored as part of a £6.1million project to transform the Scottish explorer’s birthplace, due to re-open to the public in 2020.
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