Charlotte Levy (right), Eleanor Brown (left) and Anna Stuart MBE (centre) Veteran community campaigner and long-standing member of Thenue’s board of management Charlotte Levy has been named runner-up in the final of the Mary Barbour Award.
Anna Stuart receiving the award from Lord Provost Sadie Docherty A housing activist who founded the Castlemilk East Housing Co-operative in 1984 has been crowned Glasgow’s first recipient of the Mary Barbour Award.
‘The Mary Barbour Five’Five shortlisted sculptors with their maquettes in a search of the prize of making the historic statue which will remember Glaswegian social pioneer, campaigner and Rent Strike 1915 leader Mary Barbour.(From left) Andrew Brown, Mark Longworth, Kenny Mackay, Roddy McDowall
Jenny Love The 17th November saw the 100th anniversary of the Glasgow Rent Strikes. In this blog, Shelter Scotland’s Housing Adviser, Jenny Love, tells us about the woman behind it – housing campaigner, Mary Barbour.
‘The Mary Barbour Five’Five short-listed sculptors with their maquettes in a search of the prize of making the historic statue which will remember Glaswegian social pioneer, campaigner and Rent Strike 1915 leader Mary Barbour.l-R are Andrew Brown, Mark Longworth, Kenny Mackay, Roddy McDowall and
Linthouse Housing Association's Chairperson Alec Leishman thanking GCC Ballie Fariha Thomas for unveiling the plaque Linthouse Housing Association has honoured the memory of housing pioneer Mary Barbour by unveiling a commemorative plaque on a property believed to be the site where, in 1915, the fir
The 100-year story of Scotland’s housing crisis has been depicted by an informative and educational online multimedia timeline, launched today by Shelter Scotland. From the rent strikes and campaigning of Mary Barbour in Govan in 1915 and the slum clearances of the 1930s, to the emergence of high-