Harry Creig, Museum attendant

HarryCreigBigI took the job at the Kelvingrove Museum in 1992, after a career change. It was purely accidental, but if I'd known before how much I would enjoy working here I would have become a visitor assistant straight after school. I get to meet people from all walks of life and from different countries – that is the best part of my work. This place is incredibly friendly and great for children. And so many Glasgwegians have good memories of Kelvingrove; in the old days couples would use the gallery for courting. There is so much to take in that I would suggest to people to do it in sections...

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