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.

Does your community group or society have a project idea, or do you need inspiration? Let us know by contacting the SUP team at or on +44 (0)131 651 6870.

Neighbouring Amateur Rowing Clubs recording memories of their boathouse and the river.
Writers and playwrights sharing the story of Leith's past through performances and the creation of a soundscape.
Generations working together to record the changes to Clydebank since 1941.
Exploring the links between US black and British female emancipation in Scotland's towns and cities.
Documenting the restoration and transformation of Merkinch Welfare Hall in the heart of Inverness.
Four local primary schools and the Rosyth Garden City Association celebrating how Rosyth has changed over the last 100 years.
Investigating, documenting and comparing experiences of education, leisure and access for people with disabilities in Glasgow through the years.
Pupils recording their Paisley today, for the future.
Remembering and recording a 'secret' medieval walled garden.
Recording the day-to-day life of one of Dunfermline's oldest buildings.
Exploring Dumbiedykes through cameras and cardboard.