Hundreds attend independence march in Glasgow

HUNDREDS marched by Glasgow yesterday during an independence march and rally.

Crowds gathered at Kelvin Way at 11.30am before heading to Glasgow Green.

During the event, participants made their way by the city centre holding flags and banners.

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

Around 600-700 people attended the march, organisers Yes2indee said.

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

The SNP’s leader at Westminster, Ian Blackford MP spoke to crowds at Glasgow Green on Saturday after the march had finished.

The MP became the most senior figure to address a Yes movement rally since First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in 2019.

Ian Blackford MP, leader of the SNP group at Westminster speaking at Glasgow Green. [Photograph by Colin Mearns]

Ian Blackford MP, leader of the SNP group at Westminster speaking at Glasgow Green. [Photograph by Colin Mearns]

Participants were overseen by police as they marched by streets in the city to MacLennan Arch, which was the rallying point for speeches.

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

A number of pipers and drummers also attended the event playing to crowds.

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

As marchers arrived at Glasgow Green they were greeted by the Yes Bikers.

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]

[Photograph by Colin Mearns]



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