Carbeth Hutters

started as one of the activities of the Clarion Scouts, a socialist movement which aimed to give working people from the city a taste of the countryside

After the Clydebank Blitz of 1941, the huts doubled, to give temporary shelter to those made homeless. Many were built by shipyard workers and engineers, and each is a unique home from home, lovingly decorated internally and well maintained.

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