Food review : Cathedral House Hotel — Foodie Explorers

Historic building re-vamped for post-COVID-19 dining We hadn’t been to Cathedral House Hotel for years. Long before a change of ownership in 2018 and extensive renovation last year. But the building does have a fascinating history and one we weren’t actually aware of prior to this visit – being built in 1877 as a halfway […]

Food review : Cathedral House Hotel — Foodie Explorers

4 Best Outdoor Activities to Enjoy Near Glasgow — Zitrod

When you are planning a trip to Scotland, most people prefer to head up to the Highlands to see some of the most famous sites that the country has to offer. While it is undeniable that the Scottish Highlands boast many stunning views, sometimes it is nicer to escape the usual tourist trail and pick […]

4 Best Outdoor Activities to Enjoy Near Glasgow — Zitrod

Social Justice on Twitter

I just watched Joe Lycett’s Hugo Boss segment. I so thought I’d troll Hugo Boss and keep the fight going! It’s the little things that matter.

LOL

Elsie McArthur — Bedside Book Review

Author Bio Elsie McArthur is the newly published author of The Back Up Plan, her debut novel, that she released back in January of this year. You can find my review of this funny, charming and quintessential Scottish romance here and on my YouTube channel. Elsie is just about to publish her second romance novel, […]

Elsie McArthur — Bedside Book Review

Glasgow Music Publishers Facebook Page — Claimed From Stationers’ Hall (and new Research into Glasgow music publishers)

This afternoon, I joined the Victorian Glasgow Group on Facebook. What a great group! After a lively wee discussion about Glasgow music shops, I hastily made a new Facebook page for my researches into Glasgow music publishers – after all, the group was set up to discuss Victorian Glasgow, whilst my current researches range roughly […]

Glasgow Music Publishers Facebook Page — Claimed From Stationers’ Hall (and new Research into Glasgow music publishers)

Drawing in the Glasgow Style — So Many Minis

I’ll be making a Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired room box as a platform for learning new skills. Last week I used the trace, print and cut capability on my Cameo 4. I continued to explore those capabilities, with the addition of some drawing this week. I learned that the roses we attribute to Mackintosh are […]

Drawing in the Glasgow Style — So Many Minis

Two Stained Glass Panels From Gloucester and Glasgow Cathedrals — Susan Rushton

This lovely work of stained glass is part of the centrepiece of a triptych in the cloisters at Gloucester Cathedral showing St Agnes, St Mary and St Dorothy, by Morris & Co, 1924.

Two Stained Glass Panels From Gloucester and Glasgow Cathedrals — Susan Rushton