The Rebirth of the Clyde, Fairfield Heritage
2 October, 2019 . 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
‘The Story of Glasgow’s Greatest Shipyard’
Fairfield Heritage, 1048 Govan Road Govan, G51 4XS
This is the Story of how the last Commercial Shipyard in Scotland was rescued from closure and now – less than five years later – plans to lead the world in the development of zero-emissions maritime energy.
Presented by John W Morgan, Ferguson Marine Head of Communications who, after a lifetime in advertising and marketing – forsook it all, to return to his family roots in Clydeside shipbuilding.
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