Mullwharcar People’s Campaign

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L to R: Ann Warren, Father George Thomson, & Josephine Neill at the Scottish Parliament in 2008 for the exhibition of the Mullwharcar Paintings.

A group of people from Galloway who had worked with the Scottish Conservation Society  during the Mullwharcar campaign were invited to the Scottish Parliament to partake in a hanging ceremony of paintings of the Galloway Hills. Josephine Neill’s poem of Mullwharcar will be featured as an audio clip on Friday 27th October 2017.

This is part of Scotland’s audio visual heritage contribution to the 2017 UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (WDAVH) #scotlandssounds

 

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