Promoting understanding of Stirling’s rich heritage

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Outreach, Education and Training

The Trust is committed to promoting the wider understanding, enjoyment and appreciation of Stirling City’s historic built environment. This has been achieved by supporting community-led conservation projects which conserve public heritage and raise awareness of Stirling’s heritage through activities or interpretation.

We have published several informative leaflets, given talks and guided tours and supported the Friends of Kings Park with their schools projects.

For several years, the Trust operated a Community Heritage & Environment Grant (CHEG) which supported a number of outreach projects. Projects included the restoration of the Kings Park drinking wells (with The Friends of Kings Park), new interpretation of the Bannockburn Telford Bridge (with Hillpark and Milton Community Council) and the Top of The Town History Project in partnership with the local community council.

The Trust continues to pursue projects and activities which will promote awareness of the need to care for the built environment and the traditional skills needed to achieve this.

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