Bungo in the Back Lanes Map

February 22nd, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

The 2015 event starts at 1pm on Saturday 20th June, but this map hasn’t been updated yet; all the information below is from last year. If you’d like to know more or be included on this map, get in touch on our contact form, by commenting on this post or emailing bungointhelanes@outlook.com

Strathbungo Map for BITBL Export

 

Lane 1 & Children’s Garden 

Stalls & Activities: 

  • Household Goods
  • Cats Protection League
  • Home Baking
  • Books, toys
  • Green-eyed monster cake design
  • Tuck shop/punch balloons
  • Merry-go-round hosting children’s activities & drumming workshop
  • Face painter
  • Bouncy Castle
  • Govanhill Baths
  • Lucky Dip Stall
  • Live music
  • Tai Chi
  • And… something from you? Go for it!

Mr Thomson’s Tea Garden:

  • 10, Moray Place – enter from top of Regent Park Square
  • Tea/coffee and delicious home baking
  • Live music programme
  • Croquet
  • Architectural orienteering

Lane 2: Stall & Activities

  • Bar area and live music programme
  • Little Botanica
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Glad Café – featuring tea/coffee/cakes and also Glad Rags
  • Home baking
  • More from you on the day?

Lane 3: Stalls & Activities

  • Bar Area and live music programme
  • Babu Kitchen
  • Strathbungo Society stall, raffle prizes & Tombola
  • Strathbungo Society tea garden at 26 Marywood Square
  • New Victoria Gardens – plants & flowers
  • Karen Cairns art
  • Hole in My Pocket – cards and gifts
  • Craig McIntosh art
  • Stephen O’Neill art
  • Home baking
  • Yoga
  • Marmalade, chutney and  a tombola -Glasgow Islay Gaelic Choir.
  • Looking forward to your stall!

Cross Lane 3: Stalls & Activities 

  • Strathbungo Society Bottle Stall
  • Therese Power jewellery
  • Dru yoga in Garden of 53, Queen Square – short demo
  • Bakery 47
  • Maybe your table?

Lane 4: Stall & Activities

  • Curry-in-a-cup
  • Ciara Moore art
  • Pram park – behind 3 Marywood Square
  • Irene Court art
  • Bric-a-brac
  • And more…..from you!

Lane 5: Stalls & Activities

  • Qualified coaches from Glasgow Life will deliver sport coaching sessions, including football.*
  • Glasgow Sport information stall*
  • A wee stall to sell some cakes and things
  • Residents’ stalls
  1. Sam Moir
    June 21st, 2012 at 21:47 | #1

    Don’t forget you can pop into Merry-go-round at 32 Nithsdale Rd if you’re in need of a wee seat, feed or change (cuppa and the loo for the adults!). We’ve got a treasure Hunt on too for the Little ‘uns.

  2. Sam Moir
    June 19th, 2013 at 20:15 | #2

    Just like last year, Merry-go-round at 32 Nithsdale Rd is available for shading from the sun and hiding from the rain! We’ve also got a stall in the children’s garden.

  3. Rosie
    June 22nd, 2013 at 05:52 | #3

    The garden of 15 Moray Place is going to have stalls selling beautiful hand-made lavender-filled bags, greeting cards made from vintage ephemera, original Ladybird books, embroidered Irish linen of all sorts and retro bric-a-brac. Hopefully the weather stays off….

  4. Ruth Oliver
    June 17th, 2014 at 21:25 | #4

    The stall at the back of 34 Marywood Square will be selling marmalade and chutney and running a tombola all in aid of funds for Glasgow Islay Gaelic Choir.

  5. SR
    June 19th, 2014 at 09:07 | #5

    Ruth, will the Glasgow Islay Gaelic Choir be coming?

  6. Anne Hamilton
    May 18th, 2016 at 10:21 | #6

    Could you please advise me of this years date for Bungo in the back lanes.

    Thank you

    • philipharvey44
      May 22nd, 2016 at 20:35 | #7

      Hi,

      It’s on June 18 2016. Hope to see you there!

      Phil

  7. Anne Hamilton
    June 19th, 2016 at 16:13 | #8

    Thank you for a good day as usual, there was a lot of work involved by everyone.
    I wonder if you could help, I had the most delicious piece of cake in someones back garden the one Nicola Sturgeon had her tea in, the cake had a bottom layer of sponge then apple and topped with meringue it was really really good. If the person is out there may I please have the receipe.
    Anne Hamilton