Currie & District Local History Society
About this Organisation
(a) To encourage interest in local history; to further research and make such information more readily available; to compile records within the Society and to preserve them with objects of local interest so that they may be displayed.
(b) To protect and preserve those parts of our heritage which will be of historical interest to future generations.
(c ) To co-operate with other societies with similar interests.
The society was formed in 1970 and is run by members interested in the history of Currie, the adjacent areas and local history generally.
The Society meets in the Gibson Craig Memorial Hall (156 Lanark Road West, Currie, Midlothian EH14 5NY) on Monday evenings, fortnightly, from early October to Late March, providing lectures and slide-show talks by both external speakers and members.
Mr Douglas Lowe
|CDLHS Photo Archive / John Tweedie Collection||
The Currie and District Local History Society (CDLHS) Photo archive plus the John Tweedie Collection of photos, numbering well over 1000, were digitised by the Heriot Watt University and are held digitally in the Heriot Watt Heritage and Information Governance section.
|Cemetery Lists / War Dead Honours / Currie Chronicles||
From our website www.curriehistory.org in the "Downloads" section the user can access:
- an index of gravestones and monumental inscriptions (CEMETERY LISTS) in the Currie graveyard.
- the individuals appearing on the local war memorials (WAR DEAD HONOURS).
- our local newsletter/journal "the Currie Chronicle" (CHRONICLE). ... read more
Please note that links to websites and catalogues are provided by the Organisations listed and not maintained by Scottish Local History Forum.