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Become a Fife Urban Detective
Learn how you to research and record your local landmarks at this interactive workshop in Fife
Scotland's Rainbow Urban Past
Record, research and share your LGBT+ places in Scotland during LGBT History Month 2017!
PAST EVENT: Developing Projects (Intergenerational Focus) with Scotland's Urban Past
A free interactive workshop, featuring ideas and activities for anyone interested in exploring intergenerational (and other) heritage projects.
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.
Uncover Edinburgh’s Lost Past
Press release, Monday 19 September 2016: Public invited to see ‘the Edinburgh that never was’ as part of Doors Open Days.
PAST EVENT: West Boathouse Doors Open Day
A chance to explore the well-used and much loved home of Glasgow’s oldest rowing club.
PAST EVENT: Merkinch Welfare Hall Doors Open Day
The Merkinch Welfare Hall will open its doors to the public on Saturday 10 September for a unique opportunity to see the renovation works on the building in progress.
PAST EVENT: John Sinclair House Doors Open Day
John Sinclair House in Edinburgh, home of the National Record of the Historic Environment, will open its doors to celebrate both Doors Open Day and the Festival of Architecture.
PAST EVENT: Highland Archaeology Festival: Building Detectives
Get involved at this practical workshop and gain skills while investigating and recording part of the Highland Council's Headquarters building on Glenurquhart Road, Inverness.
PAST EVENT: Highland Archaeology Festival: Surveying Buildings and Illustration
Join us at this free hands-on workshop and learn how to investigate and record historic buildings in Merkinch, Inverness.
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