Clyde Connections in The Scotsman

Today 'Nothing about us without us is for us,' features in The Scotsman... in an article by David Pollock.
'A day of strange, creative activity hopes to help Govan reclaim its voice...The result of weeks of preparation, it consists of a bold attempt to communicate across the Clyde using various non-electronic forms of communication, including marine signal flags, roaming choristers, a “human megaphone” – one speaking voice amplified by the repetition of many more – a trebuchet – a medieval siege catapult – nicknamed the Charm Offensive, and the Govan Armada: a fleet of small boats made from reclaimed rubbish.'
The whole article is available to read here.

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