WW1 trenches open in Pollock Park

Reconstructions of World War I trenches at Pollock Country Park were opened to the public this weekend as part of the ‘Digging In’ project.

The Heritage Lottery Fund awarded a grant of £99,600 to a partnership formed of the University of Glasgow, Northlight Heritage, Glasgow City Council, and Stewart's Melville College to create this innovative learning facility.

The recreation shows a 1915 WW1 allied dug out trench and a German trench with bomb craters recreated out in no man’s land.

The project will be extended and developed over the next three years.

WW1 trenches in Pollock park

WW1 trenches in Pollock park


First published: 22 September 2015