July 13, 2021
From Radical Glasgow (UK)

 May Day on The Green 1913.

         Back in the old days away long before masks and lockdowns had been thought of, come the Glasgow Fair, the last fortnight in July, the good people of Glasgow would make their way to the Glasgow Green. During that two week period there would be a lot going on, on The Green, there would be a fair ground and lots to activities to keep you interested. It’s all gone, However, a small band of Glasgow Green lovers will be putting on a wee show to mark the Glasgow Fair on the Green.

 A wee bit of history of Glasgow Green courtesy of Spirit of Revolt

         There will be a stall with free to take away literature, some on the history of the Green and the free copy of the Keelie will be available. Also paying a visit will be a Bailie come along and meet they guy and tell him what you think of the Green and what it means to the Glesca Folks.
        See you all on The Green at 1pm, beside the People’s Palace, come along, have a chat, tell us your stories, make friends. 

 The drying green on The Green.

Source: Radicalglasgowblog.blogspot.com