David Livingstone Centre Open Day

David Livingstone Centre 165 Station Rd, Blantyre, G72 9BY
Invites you to come along on
Saturday 28th May 11:00am – 4:00pm

As well as all the normal facilitates including the Children’s play area and Café the new ‘David Livingstone Birthplace Museum’ Is now open after a major refurbishment – you will also be able to meet the following organisations
Lanarkshire Family History Society
See our range of Lanarkshire Research Publications.
Meet our Researchers who will help you to research ancestors.
Meet our ‘Military Fallen’ researchers. Do you have questions about ancestors who died during WW1. We will also have our Database of over 10,000 Lanarkshire men who fell during WW1 available on Laptops.
Lanarkshire Police Historical Society View a Display of policing memorabilia, including early truncheons, helmets and other equipment. You can meet retired police officers who will speak to you about the early days of policing in Lanarkshire.

Clutha Archaeology Group
Promoting and encouraging interest in the study of archaeology, history & heritage with special reference to Greater Glasgow & the Clyde Valley area.

Bothwellhaugh Ex-residents Group
Explore a Display of old Photos and Memorabilia and speak to people who grew up in the village and they will explain to you about their life growing up in Bothwellhaugh village. The groups goal is to keep the memories and camaraderie of the forgotten Lanarkshire mining village alive

Blantyre Heritage Group
A heritage group for anybody interested in the history of Blantyre.

This is a FREE drop-in event – no need to book!