By Anna Magnusson
In 1878, Glasgow shoemaker William Quarrier based a company that provided aid to the millions of determined, poverty-stricken young children in Glasgow’s notorious slums. many years later Quarrier’s Village used to be opened, delivering a safe haven for the deserted and the orphaned within the rolling fields of Renfrewshire. due to the fact that those beginnings, Quarriers has cared for greater than 40,000 teenagers in want. It now runs a various diversity of aid and care courses for kids, adults, and households in eighty five tasks throughout Britain.
In this publication, Anna Magnusson explores the tales of the various humans, either prior and current, who've helped make Quarriers what it's this present day and celebrates the achievements of the charity over the last century. the result's a close list of the organisations evolution and an inspiring tale of 1 mans legacy.
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