The joy of bricks – Scotland’s hidden heritage

Traditional Buildings Health Check inspector Mitchell Fotheringham finds Scottish heritage in the humblest of places – Scotland’s red bricks. The humble brick is not a material we generally associate with Scottish traditional buildings. The brick is more readily associated with the rows and rows of terraced houses in the industrial heartlands of northern England or […]

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New Traditional Building Repair Grant

Stirling City Heritage Trust is pleased to announce that the small repair grant for TBHC members will recommence shortly.   The Traditional Building Repair Grant (TBRG), will be open to TBHC members for eligible repairs to the building exterior identified in your TBHC Inspection Report as a priority.  The grant will be set at 50% of eligible […]

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King Street Exhibition

  Ever wanted to know more about one of Stirling’s most historic and prestigious streets? Did you know it was originally called High Gait and then Quality Street before finally being renamed King Street? Come and see the Trust’s new exhibition in The Stirling Arcade until the 25th September and pick up a free booklet […]

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