Glasgow woman talks about growing up in the Castlemilk scheme

Earliest memory of Glasgow? Getting my hair cut on a chair in the kitchen by my auntie. She wasn’t a hairdresser but she did a good job. I loved the smell of the shampoo she used. She used to joke about using a bowl to cut my brother’s hair and he’d run away. I must have been about three or four at the time.

Glasgow woman talks about growing up in the Castlemilk scheme
Earliest memory of Glasgow? Getting my hair cut on a chair in the kitchen by my auntie. She wasn’t a hairdresser but she did a good job. I loved the smell of the shampoo she used. She used to joke about using a bowl to cut my brother’s hair and he’d run away. I must have been about three or four at the time.