Discover the social history of Pullars at this new exhibition.
This display in Perth Museum and Art Gallery's History Gallery tells the story of the social history of Pullars through community voices and their own items, supported by objects from the museum’s collection. Produced in partnership with the Scottish Refugee Council, Perth Syrian Family Support Group, ESOL and Creative Catalyst (Creative Exchange).
People who worked in Pullars, or know somebody who did, are encouraged to come along and add to our collection of stories.
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