To serve a community of interests in the history and heritage of mediaeval Glasgow. To bring together people who want to study further the mediaeval period through academic links and talks, to discover how Glasgow developed as a thriving centre of urban growth, a bishop’s burgh, a university city, and a hub of commercial activity. To promote the potential development of the interests of visitors and tourists in the sites and remains of the mediaeval city, most notably those of St Mungo’s Cathedral, Provand’s Lordship, its University and the City’s streets and bridges. To liaise with others including the promoters of the Festival of St Mungo and the establishment of the City as the goal of a Pilgrimage route.
Sincere thanks to the speakers and organisers that made the Festival a reality this year and to all those who attended via Zoom or the the website of Glasgow Churches Together. A list of events including links to recordings where available will be on our Youtube channel and our St Mungo Festival 2021 page.