St Mungo’s Primary School celebrated receiving this year’s Molendinar Award at their community fun day yesterday. It was a great day with lots of activities for the children – including a magician, bouncy castle, animal man and Bollywood dancing!
Celebrating St Enoch Most Glaswegians will know the name “St Enoch” but very few will know the true story of who she was: the mother of Glasgow’s patron saint, St Mungo. Saint Enoch has been described as “Scotland’s first recorded rape victim, battered woman and unmarried mother” – a very modern saint for the #MeToo Read more about History of St Enoch[…]
Some wonderful pictures from last night’s Molendinar Lecture – a sell out event, including all the books! If you would like a copy of “New Scots” please click here: ow.ly/rQ1K50kdx0y
Join #MungoFest for some authentic medieval dishes as St Mungo might have eaten… Dates: 9 – 19 January 2019. Publicity: Featured in all printed materials, the Mediaeval Glasgow website, social media accounts for Festival of St Mungo and Mediaeval Glasgow + our partners. Additionally: Invitation to attend our prestigious Molendinar Lecture at Glasgow City Chambers. Read more about #MungoFest – Food Festival Launch[…]
We’re developing the programme of events for Festival of St Mungo in January 2019 – if you’d like to take part by hosting an event, please fill in the details below. We have two different categories of event, please use the scroll bars to fill in all details or click on the links to open Read more about Take Part![…]