Interested in Scottish heritage, family or local history?
The Scottish Local History Forum is the umbrella organisation for all individuals and organisations interested in local history in Scotland. It publishes a journal three times a year, organises an annual conference in the autumn, campaigns on behalf of local history, compiles occasional reference works, and generally keeps those involved in local history in touch with Scottish activities.
- Are you interested in the history of your local community?
- Do you want to know more about local history in Scotland?
- Are you a member of a local history society?
- Would you like to know more about historical sources?
- Would you like to write for a popular local history journal?
Find out more about joining Scottish Local History Forum: Join SLHF
Get involved! Contribute articles and news, promote your organisation and events, join the Advisory Committee, or become a Trustee. Create an entry in our Directory of Scottish local history resources.
|1 December, 2022 - 19:30||‘Scottish drove roads’ - Paul Carter|
|1 December, 2022 - 19:30||East Lothian's Papple Steading|
|5 December, 2022 - 19:00||Angevin Empire? English and Continental perspectives on authority|
|7 December, 2022 - 19:30||Water to Glasgow|
|11 January, 2023 - 19:30||Bringing a Graveyard to Life|
|12 January, 2023 - 19:30||‘The history of Mavis Valley – a mining village near Bishopbriggs’ Carol Primrose|
|19 January, 2023 - 19:30||Eruption of the Solway Moss in 1771|
|1 February, 2023 - 19:30||Looking at ben Lomond's Human History|
|2 February, 2023 - 19:30||The historic wells and springs of Dumfries and Galloway|
|2 February, 2023 - 19:30||‘Research and records using the Commonwealth War Graves Commission archives’ - Grant Pinkerton (CWGC)|
|16 February, 2023 - 19:30||Historic Dumfries Architecture - an in-depth look at some key buildings in the town centre|
|1 March, 2023 - 19:30||Reminiscences of Strathard|
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