Galt Society Commemoration

Today, the Society held its own commemoration at Galt's grave in Greenock. About 25 members gathered to see a wreath being laid by the award-winning author Andrew O'Hagan who spoke of how Galt had inspired him. A lament was played by fiddler Alison McNeill, below:

Members then enjoyed a lunch, hosted by Andrew, where they heard a talk on Galt's later novels by emeritus Professor of Scottish Literature, Douglas Gifford. We hope to put the text of that talk on the website in due course.

Andrew O'Hagan laying the wreath.

Our chair Prof. Gerry Carruthers welcomes the members.