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Visit - Behind the Scenes Tours of Glasgow's Historic South Rotunda in aid of EMP

Ethiopia Medical Project

Saturday 17th June 2017

10am-11am South Rotunda, 100 Govan Road, Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1PQ
Tickets £11.15 (£10 + Eventbrite booking fee)

Iconic Glasgow landmark The South Rotunda, recently brought back to life by marine engineering firm Malin Group, will open for exclusive behind the scenes tours in aid of Ethiopia Medical Project on 17 June 2017. Come and see the way the 150-year-old building once the southern entrance to 3 tunnels under the River Clyde, has been sensitively restored.

A behind the scenes tour followed by tea, coffee and cakes.

All proceeds will go to Ethiopia Medical Project (EMP), a charity run by two women from Glasgow which supports a woman's clinic in Ethiopia.

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