War & Peas: Feeding People in Times of Conflict

The War and Peas project will culminate in a celebratory exhibition at the Glasgow City Archives, come along to find out what we have learnt during our project!

War & Peas: Feeding People in Times of Conflict

About War & Peas: Feeding People in Times of Conflict

5th Nov 2018 to 17th Dec 2018
Monday 9am - 5pm / Tuesday 9am - 8pm / Wednesday to Saturday 9am - 5pm
The Mitchell Library
The Mitchell Library North Street, Glasgow City Centre G3 7DN
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A display sharing the stories of Glasgow’s First World War allotments,showing why growing your own food was a vital part of home-front life and why it is still an important part of Glasgow today!

Come along and pick up a free copy of our recipe book!

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