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“Glasgow rhymes with Go, not Cow, and the nearby town of Milngavie is pronounced Mull-guy, but no-one ever gets that one right the first time (and I'm not even touching Wales).”
“I ask about growing up in Milngavie, part of the area she now represents, and rather than any insight into her childhood, she talks about it being a middle-class, affluent area, with "a lot of community spirit and social capital, so the list of groups doing fantastic things is as long as your arm".”
“Milngavie Bookshop37 Douglas Street, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62 6PE, 0141-956 4752The family-run Milngavie Bookshop has been a local institution for more than 30 years.”
“It's heavily involved with the annual Milngavie book and arts festival, and has a lively programme of events involving local authors.”
“Reform Scotland argues that a parent in Easterhouse or Castlemilk (beautiful names, scummy estates) has precisely the same ambition for their child as a parent in Bearsden or Milngavie.”
“Michael Ogilvie Imlah was born with his twin Fiona in Aberdeen in 1956, and brought up in Milngavie, near Glasgow.”
“Gil is a stronger candidate than in prior years and though Clydebank probably has a few staunch Labour areas, I think Milngavie might be in the mood for a change aswell as other parts of the constituency.”
“Try Milngavie for a corrupted spelling (old maps show it as Mulguy which will give you a much more sensible pronunciation) …”
“When he made his grubby little fortune, instead of shipping out to Milngavie or Eastwood like the rest of the nouveau-riche schemies, Morris bought the home of his pitifully limited dreams (after sufficient vandalism and intimidation forced its previous owners into an unplanned sale).”
“To the son, however, the lines have fallen in more pleasant places, for his mansion at Kilmardinny, near Milngavie, is one of the most "highly desirable residences" (as an auctioneer would phrase it) in the West of Scotland.”
Looking for tweets for Milngavie.