Historic 1896 tall ship secures additional funding for essential restoration work to help secure its long-term future on the River Clyde.
The tall ship Glenlee has been awarded £1.8 million in funding from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) through its Covid-19 Response Fund, keeping the icon of the River Clyde afloat and securing her future.
The funding grant comes as the 126-year-old vessel celebrates 30 years back in Glasgow, and will support essential inspections and repairs to the hull, decks and rigging of the ship over the next two years.
Initial work will be carried out this year within the cargo hold and around the foremast step, the poop deck and the bowsprit. The chartroom is being refreshed with support from other museums.
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