National Lottery Heritage Fund
Heritage Project Officer, Hannah Douthwaite-Teasdale, said “We’re excited to bring together people from each community to explore the huge impact that these areas have had on Scotland’s History; from being the home to the world’s largest producers of Blotting Paper, the site of a roman hoard and the location of one of Scotland’s worst mining disasters.”
She adds “And that’s only half of the pictures as we also want to explore the natural importance of these areas which include important swathes of Bog and Heath encompassing the Slamannan Plateau, the winter home to Taiga bean goose, which are currently under threat.”
Bringing together the project team
Two groups will form the basis of this project. The Heritage Forum is made up of key community members, while the Advisory Panel is created from key specialists within their field.
This group will act as a guide and a resource as the project develops, offering their time and expertise.
To find out more about who is currently involved in this group and what their backgrounds are please read this document.
Advisory panel meeting minutes:
Made up of interested members from each of the five communities. The group will bring the local knowledge needed to create plans that fit the needs of each community.
Heritage Forum meeting minutes:
If you are a member of one of these communities and want to be part of the project over the next three years or would like further information, please contact the Heritage Project Officer directly: