NGS Project - Gorbals Burial Ground wrote:NGS has recently surveyed the stones which remain in the park. Unbeknown to us when we started this project, the park will soon be planted with fruit trees and renamed the Gorbals Orchard. Artworks and landscaping should make the park more appealing to visitors, so it is used more. We are looking at ways of making available the infomation we have gathered, to enhance vistors' experience of the Orchard.
crusty_bint wrote:The whole "ethos" of Hidden Glasgow is about exchange and sharing of information . . . a centralised resource or reference point for all the conservation groups in and around Glasgow . . . where people interested in whats going on in Glasgow can get accurate information. . . . This is where HG's strengths are . . . .
Where conservation groups would come in is by providing information on such issues, acting as a place to exchange info with each other and thus raising thier own profile, in return, these groups could promote Hidden Glasgow to thier members.
I know I'm new here - but I think HG's strengths are that it is a very loose collective. I think to try to formalise it, or even to attempt to speak with one voice, and you run the risk of alienating some of the users
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