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The Building of Govanhill Baths: its Construction and Technology

Day: Friday
Time: 13:00
Booking Necessary: Yes

This lunchtime talk by Roger Curtis, Technical Research Manager at Historic Environment Scotland, will focus on the processes involved in constructing an Edwardian bathhouse. What construction methods were used, and how has this affected how the building has aged? What challenges does this pose for refurbishing a building of this type? And what were conditions like for construction workers in the early 20th century? Join us for an in-depth yet accessible look at this fascinating subject.

This talk will be broadcast live on our Facebook page, click view activity to be taken to the live stream.

Organisation Information:

Govanhill Baths Community Trust (GBCT) operates as a Limited Company by Guarantee, a Charitable Trust and a Preservation Trust. It is responsible for running wide-ranging community wellbeing activities, as well as education and training. These are aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at people from the G41/G42 postcodes. The Trust has a successful social enterprise project and leading Upcycling project Rags to Riches. It also runs the groundbreaking People’s Pantry, a membership-based initiative aimed at tackling food poverty and reducing waste.

Other Information

Travel

Parking: No

Accessibility

Physical Access to Building: Fully Accessible (access to all areas without trouble, including for someone using a wheelchair or mobility scooter)

Friday @ 1pm