Ergardia Museums and Heritage are holding an online consultation on the Community Heritage Scotland project, and are looking for responses from as many people as possible.
Community Heritage Scotland was launched to map the large part of Scotland’s heritage managed by volunteers and community organisations, and to help bring about positive change. The project is led by Ergardia Museums and Heritage and Northlight Heritage, with representatives from 4 community heritage organisations involved with the initial steering group, along with various funders and strategic partners, including:
- Historic Environment Scotland
- Museums Galleries Scotland
- University of St Andrews
- Association for Independent Museums
- Archaeology Scotland
They want to hear from as many people involved in their community’s heritage as possible, however people engage with heritage.
The deadline for responses is 12pm on Thursday 22nd March.
To submit your response, or for further information, please visit the online consultation page.