Scottish Heritage Archive

Scotland is overflowing with heritage projects, traditional artisans, special interest groups, community preservation groups, museums etc.​ But many of them suffer from underfunding and underexposure. This is a detriment to the preservation and promotion of Scottish heritage. I want to help give these things the exposure they deserve. The Scottish Heritage Archive is divided into categories - click on each category to see more. My goal, as the archive grows, is to further organise them by region. 

To suggest an addition to the archive, please email scottishwanderlust@gmail.com!

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Museums & Heritage Centres

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.

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Traditional Artisans

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.

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Natural Heritage

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.

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Special Interest & Community Groups

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.

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Restoration Projects

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.

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Education

 

David McGovern is a professional stone-carver working mainly in his local sandstone, but also in limestone and bronze.

 

David is based in his native Angus in the North-East of Scotland. He is a member of the Scottish Artists Union and a Vice President of The Pictish Arts Society.