Twelve discussion days are being held around Scotland in 2019 for people who are involved with heritage in their communities in any way. You might be a volunteer, someone managing a heritage site, or perhaps running a business – or just interested and actively involved.
We will be talking about a potential new national network for community heritage. How might it work, and how might it meet your needs and wants?
What you tell us will directly influence what happens in the future, so come and join in the conversation.
The workshops are free to attend, and there will be plenty of tea and biscuits – but please bring your own lunch! Not providing lunch has enabled us to reach more communities.
The research workshop tour is organised by the University of St Andrews together with the National Library of Scotland and Ergadia Museums and Heritage, and working closing with the grass-roots led Scottish Community Heritage Alliance.
The project is funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh.