In 2014 GWL undertook the House Work Project, which returned to and further researched the CMW period of feminist creative activity. This sub-series contains records relating to the project, such as leaflets from events hosted at Glasgow Women's Library; oral history interview transcripts; and a Dissertation paper on CMW.
In 1988 the Government launched an initiative called "New Life for Urban Scotland", which set up special Partnership Groups in 4 areas of Scotland, Castlemilk being one of them. This record provides a Community Response to the proposed Partnership as well as a Draft strategy for what the community felt "was needed to bring new life to Castlemilk".
This booklet was created by Annie Lovejoy. Lovejoy was an artist who contribted to the CMW project through her "A Sense of Purpose" installation in the tenement's kitchen, a project centred on the "endless cycle" of kitchen duties, and her "A Room of My Own" installation. The booklet includes details of Lovejoy's residency, details of her ideas for her installations and details of her proposed workshop. The date of creation of the booklet is unknown, however, much of its content relates to events that took place in the year 1990.