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Scotland's Urban Past supports all kinds of projects which help people investigate, record, engage with and celebrate the heritage of our towns and cities.
Scotland's Urban Past (SUP) projects are created and led by community groups, with support from SUP staff and other creative professionals. While we are unable to offer grants, we can help projects grow into full community-led projects by offering groups access to events, exhibitions and training opportunities, essential resources and continued project support.
A project can be:
- a short-term, one-off event such as a talk, workshop or another small-scale result involving just your group members
- a medium-term piece of work involving others' contributions, such as a small publication, short performance or Doors Open Day event
- a longer-term (anything up to a year) endeavour that involves more planning, time and commitment from others, such as a festival, multimedia creation or larger-scale publication.
Does your community group or society have a project idea, or do you need inspiration? Let us know by contacting the SUP team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)131 651 6870.
Discover more about our current and past projects from the list below.