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Somme100 On Screen

Original Battle of the Somme motion picture embarks on centenary tour   Newly-released films nowadays generate huge interest as well as huge box-office receipts. However, can any compare to the Imperial […]

Culture

Mementos of the Past

Inside the Old Newport and Wormit Exhibition, with organiser Mairi Shiels   “The villagers of Newport-on-Tay and Wormit are in for a treat over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday […]

Heritage

The Glasgow Green Story

Glasgow Museums have opened the first new permanent gallery space in ten years at the People’s Palace – On The Green, which tells the story of Glasgow Green. Located within […]

Culture

Adding Colour To Monochrome

Lost Edinburgh has been taking Facebook by storm with its snapshots of the city in years gone by The page has over 120,000 fans who regularly engage with the black-and-white images, and […]

Culture

The Yule Beggar

Here’s an auld Scottish Christmas tale from the depths of our archives. It’s said to have originated around the late 1500s. IT was Christmas Eve. The shepherd of a flock in […]

Culture

Rediscover Lost Glasgow

Uncovering snapshots of the city’s forgotten past… If the growth in attendance at Doors Open events across our towns and cities is anything to go by, huge numbers of Scots […]

Culture

Scots At Waterloo

The Royal Scots Greys – now known as The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – lead Scotland’s programme of events to mark the 200th anniversary of Waterloo Napoleon called them “Les […]

Culture

Guardians Honoured

The Saltire is flying over Stirling Bridge for the first time in over 700 years In a formal unveiling ceremony on Friday, May 29, the Saltire was raised over a […]

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Wallace Monument

The Wallace Monument stands on Abbey Craig, near Stirling On September 11, 1297 atop the heights of the rocky promontory, the Scots army stood poised. William Wallace and Andrew de […]

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