The Evening Times Times Past Calendar 2014

WELCOME to this year’s Times Past Calendar. For more than a century, the Evening Times has not only reported on events in this great city, we have also captured them on camera.

Our photographers have been on hand at the grand occasions which have helped shape Glasgow. They have also witnessed the day to day events and the ordinary people who have helped make the city what it was – and is today.

That spirit is never better captured than through the camera’s lens, and we are proud once more to offer you the pick of our huge photographic archive. Again we do so in support of the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice. As partners in their Brick by Brick appeal to raise funds to build a new £15million facility in Bellahouston Park, we will donate half of all the profits from the calendar to the appeal.

Once again we hope you enjoy our selection as the year rolls by and we wish you all a happy and prosperous 2014.

Tony Carlin

Get your times past calendar

Here's your change to bring back those nostalgic memories of Glasgow and its people through our Times Past Calendar.

The calendar costs £4.50 (incl. UK p&p) or £3 if purchased in person from our reception at 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 3QB.

Click here, or call 0141 302 6210 to order.

50% of all profits will go directly to the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.  Make sure to get your calendar in time for Christmas.


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