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- Clackmannanshire From Ice To Glass
"Clackmannanshire From Ice to Glass" is a local history website for children, and hopefully it will be enjoyed by adults too!
- Clackmannanshire Tourism
Tourist attractions throughout Clackmannanshire
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Commonwealth War Graves Commission exists to preserve the cemeteries and memorials in its care and encourage the act of remembrance.
- Creative Scotland
Creative Scotland is the new national leader for Scotlandís arts, screen and creative industries. Itís our job to help Scotlandís creativity shine at home and abroad.
- Dollar Museum
Dollar Museum is an independent local museum dedicated to the history and heritage of the village of Dollar, in the county of Clackmannanshire, Scotland.
- Dollar Twinning
Site about Dollar and their twin town
- Heritage Lottery Fund
The body which distributes a share of the income from the National Lottery to projects aimed at preserving and making accessible the nation's heritage.
- Historic Scotland
Historic Scotland home page
- How to Trace your Family History in Scotland
Free help and advice about researching your Scottish family tree.
- Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum
- Lion International
Scottish History making Fundraising Fun.
macrobert is set amidst the beautiful parkland of the University of Stirling and offers a year round programme of arts activity including cinema to suit all ages.
- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Responsible for recording, interpreting and collecting information about the built environment.
- Scotlands People
Connecting Generations: The official government source of genealogical information for Scotland.
- Scottish Authors
Scottish Authors is an online version of the Scottish Library Association publication Discovering Scottish Writers.
- Scottish Brewing Archive
Established in 1982 to collect and preserve the records of the brewing industry in Scotland.
- Scottish Certificates
Scottish Certificates provides replacement Birth, Death, Marriage or Civil Partnership certificates registered anywhere in Scotland.
- Scottish Community Drama Association
A voluntary organisation founded in 1926. It works to promote all aspects of community theatre in Scotland.
- Scottish History For All
SHFA is a cultural and heritage group in Clackmannanshire.
- Scottish Youth Theatre
Scottish Youth Theatre is Scotland's National Theatre 'for and by' young people.
- The National Trust for Scotland
The National Trust for Scotland is the conservation charity that protects and promotes Scotland's natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations to enjoy.
- Their Past Your Future
a two-year education project that explores what we can learn about issues such as commemoration, conflict and citizenship. Marking the sixtieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the project is led by the Imperial War Museum and supported by the Big Lottery Fund.
- TPYF Scotland
An exhibition and events programme exploring the Second World War in Scotland, Their Past Your Future Scotland will bring together people of all ages to learn about the impact of Second World War on Scotland.
- Tullibody History Group
Local History Group formed in 2001 by a group of interested people who were concerned about the lack of recording of our local history and heritage. The group hosts monthly talks.
- UK National Inventory of War Memorials
The UK National Inventory of War Memorials is a registered charity working to compile a record of all war memorials in the UK and to promote their appreciation, use and preservation.
- Visit Scotland
Official site of Scotland's national tourism organisation
- Visit Scottish Heartlands
Argyll, Loch Lomond & the Forth Valley tourism website
- We Must Not Cry Here - Memories of the Polish Community in Alloa
The book "We Must Not Cry Here - Memories of the Polish Community in Alloa" was written by Rosa McPherson in 1990. Rosa interviewed several members of the Polish Community, recording their memories and experiences in the book. She also describes her own childhood,growing up in the "Bottom End" of Alloa with her Polish family. As the book is now out of print, this Website has been created to give more people the opportunity to read some of the stories of the Polish Community in Alloa.
- What's Happening On (Scotland)
The What's On Guide to Scotland
- Which Book
Users can search to see whether the books they find on the site are available in their local library
- World War 11
Military history books
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