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Collecting Queer History – place and memories
Ahead of LGBT+ History month, SUP team member Nicky Imrie looks at the importance of place and memory on identity.
PAST EVENT: Scotland's Community Heritage Conference in Aberdeen
Join Scotland's communities as they share their heritage at the third and final Community Heritage Conference of 2016.
Scotland’s heritage volunteers named in nationwide shortlist
Press release Thursday 15 September 2016: Shortlist for second annual Scottish Heritage Angel Awards announced
PAST EVENT: Scotland's Community Heritage Conference in Oban
Join Scotland's communities as they share their heritage at the second of three Community Heritage Conferences throughout Scotland in 2016.
Memories of the West Boathouse, Glasgow
Neighbouring Amateur Rowing Clubs recording memories of their boathouse and the river.
The Story of Leith Project, Leith
Writers and playwrights sharing the story of Leith's past through performances and the creation of a soundscape.
The Impact of the Clydebank Blitz
Generations working together to record the changes to Clydebank since 1941.
PAST EVENT: Celebrating Rosyth's Centenary
100 years since the occupation of the first houses in Rosyth's Garden City and the Battle of Jutland, the Rosyth Garden City Association are hosting a free exhibition to celebrate the town's history.
Frederick Douglass and Women Abolitionists, Scotland
Exploring the links between US black and British female emancipation in Scotland's towns and cities.
Rosyth Schools and Rosyth Garden City Association
Four local primary schools and the Rosyth Garden City Association celebrating how Rosyth has changed over the last 100 years.
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