Take a walk along the spine of old Glasgow, from the medieval cathedral to the River Clyde.
See some reminders of how pioneers of public health - in all its forms - saved the inner city from overcrowded housing, poor drinking water and sanitation, unhealthy diets, epidemics, and airborne pollution. Dr Ronnie Scott, a historian of Glasgow, will also show how the present city reflects changing attitudes to health and disease prevention.
Tickets cost £5 and must be booked in advance by phone.
Please call 02920546460 to book a place.
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