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The Journey of Edinburgh's George Square: Society & Education

Thu, Jun 17, 2021 · 6:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

As part of our GWC Ladies' College 150 year anniversary celebrations, this webinar will cover the establishment of George Square and its changing face and place in society and education.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Independent Tourist Guide
Fergus Halliday is an independent tourist guide based in West Lothian. Leaving George Watson’s College in 2009, he went on to study degrees in Archaeology and Heritage Management at St Andrews and Edinburgh Napier. After a brief career performing traditional music across the country, Fergus settled in Orkney to guide visitors around Skara Brae and the Heart of Neolithic Orkney UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Back in the Central Belt, Fergus has designed excursions for the luxury cruise market and is currently completing his Blue Badge guiding accreditation while offering bespoke tours and experiences across the country
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Development
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GWC Plus webinar platform hosts The Journey of Edinburgh's George Square: Society & Education
Welcome to George Watson's College Plus, our digital events platform. A space for us to connect with each other and to bring together our pupils, their families, our staff, former pupils and the wider world through digital events and communication.

Our online events are a blend of live streaming of key school events, webinars and meeting style symposiums. Our webinars are designed for you to watch and listen, with the opportunity to pose questions. Our meeting style events and online gatherings are intended for you to engage with and actively participate in. All events will be recorded and made available on-demand where possible.
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