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'Till We Meet Again

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Uploaded on Jul 7, 2011

This is the story of when William Quarrier bought some land near Bridge of Weir and planned the construction of orphan homes in the 1870s. It features the life of Annie Blue, a former resident in Quarriers Village, before she migrated to Canada.

The film was made by young people who live in Quarriers Village today and was made possible through a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Have a look at some of our heritage photos from Quarriers Village in the 1930s: http://www.flickr.com/photos/quarrier...

For more information about the children who migrated to Canada from Quarriers take a look at this fascinating online exhibition: http://content.iriss.org.uk/goldenbri...

Find out more about the history of Quarriers: http://www.quarriers.org.uk/en/Herita...

You can visit our exhibition which also shows the film at Scotland Street Museum until 1 October 2011.


Quarriers would like to thank:
Red Snappa for directing and filming - http://redsnappa.com/
The young people from 1st Quarriers' Village Scout Group (45th Greenock and District)
The Heritage Lottery Fund for making it all possible.

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