GCHT are proud to present a special double lecture, in collaboration with the Scotland’s Urban Past team, on the 6th August 2015, 7pm at 54 Bell Street.
About Scotland’s Urban Past: Scotland’s Urban Past (SUP), a joint initiative between the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) and Historic Scotland, with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, is an innovative project that will put groups and individuals across Scotland’s towns and cities in charge of recording the history on their doorsteps through capturing memories, investigating buildings and exploring sources of local knowledge. SUP supports all kinds of projects which help people to explore and celebrate the history of Scotland’s towns and cities. Every project idea stems from a local community. SUP also help to grow these ideas into full community-led projects by offering groups training, access to essential resources and continued project support.
Lecture 1 - Scotland’s Urban Past: Your Town, Your Street, Your Story, Chiara Ronchini
From medieval monuments to skate parks, Chiara Ronchini will provide an introduction to the new nationwide project from Historic Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments which helps communities throughout Scotland to take the lead in exploring and celebrating the history of Scotland’s towns and cities.
Chiara Ronchini is the Project Manager for Scotland’s Urban Past.
Alex Adamson will talk about Discovering the Clyde, a newly launched 5-year programme about the 176km long thread of history that flows through Glasgow. The programme, led by Historic Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments, encourages local people to explore how humans have created, been affected, changed and been changed by the River Clyde.
Alex Adamson is the Programme Manager for Discovering the Clyde.
Date: 6th August 2015
Venue: 54 Bell Street
Lectures are free to GCHT Friends or £5 donation for non-friends. Please note, booking is essential for the lectures.
To book please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 552 1331.
Please note: Lectures start at 7pm prompt. We would request patrons to be seated by 7pm. GCHT operates a doors closed policy with no admittance after 15 minutes of commencement. GCHT will hold reservations for 15 minutes at which point any non-reserved patron will be offered these places.