Letters of Hope
Saturday, 18 June
09:00 - 17:00
By Milk Cafe
Letters of Hope is a free open-air exhibition around Glasgow’s much loved Queen’s Park. We will write and decorate a series of letters and postcards at our Peer Support Group in the months before the festival and use them to make a walking trail that you can follow.
The trail will start at MILK Café on Victoria Road and lead people on a journey of hope around Queens Park. It is our hope is that this exhibition can help people to understand the strength and power of community.
Our letters will be anonymous and will be to people, places or acts of kindness that have helped and supported us in our new communities.
MILK Café, 452 Victoria Rd, Glasgow, G42 8YU.
This is a self-guided walk around Queens Park starting and ending at MILK Café. You just need to come to MILK and pick up a free exhibition trail map for FREE.
About MILK Café:
Founded in 2015, MILK is a social enterprise set up to empower and support refugee and migrant women living in Glasgow. We run a small café on the Southside of the city where we aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment that promotes integration within the community. Our café is a multifunctional space in which people can enjoy high-quality affordable food, while simultaneously hosting a number of other supportive and inclusive activities.
452 Victoria Rd, Glasgow