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Winner of the Best Scottish Heritage Media Archive award 2020 Blog

Media Archive Award My north east heritage film archive has been awarded the Best Scottish Heritage Media Archive 2020, for recording and digitally archiving more than 500 hours of unique heritage footage. The film footage captures aspects of life and work of a past north east of Scotland from the early 1900s. Diverse use of […]

Spring seed saain on Aiberdeenshire fairms then and noo.

Introduction Well fit like its Don Carney again wee anither blether aboot oor past Scottish heritage deen in the Doric o Aiberdeenshire the aria far I wis broucht up n still bide in the day. The blether the day is aboot the spring saain o the grain crap on Aiberdeenshire fairms lookin at the changes […]

The Clydesdale horse and its influence on the economy

Clip to feature how visitor attractions can utilise our film within their venue.

The qualities of the Clydesdale horse are many. It has a gentle, it is powerful, it is obedient, it is quiet, it is elegant, it is bonny to look at, it has a great structure, its walk, canter, trot and gallop are amazing, it embraces partnership with its handlers and it is highly intelligent. Yet […]

Sorting the nowt in the byre 1940s style

Cow looking at camera from her stall in the byre

The farming year is always the same. A time for ploughing, planting and harvesting. Through all that work is the need to look after animals on the farm. I was brought up on a mixed farm called Drumnaheath beside Kintore in Aberdeenshire. We had pigs’ hens, turkeys for Xmas selling, sheep and cattle. The cattle […]

You too can be a Scottish heritage film maker

Digital story telling

  Oor heritage is vital Scottish heritage is something that is all around us every day. Today, in 200 years will have significant impact which reflects the past heritage of Scotland. The definition of heritage is that what is inherited. By implication what is inherited can only be inherited if it is passed down from […]