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To identify and handing on traditions to new generations. All of our projects document, conserve, nurture and promote Scotland’s languages and dialects, traditions and skills, oral history, songs, tunes and stories

Grace Notes Scotland: Oral History

Grace Notes Scotland is dedicated to identifying and handing on traditions to new generations. All of our projects document (whether in written or oral form), conserve, nurture and promote Scotland’s languages and dialects, traditions and skills, oral history, songs, tunes and stories.

We work to broaden awareness of, and share our love of, Scotland’s ‘intangible heritage’ (UNESCO 2003) and invite people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to participate in projects. In giving voice to every generation, we recognise and value the elderly, and encourage the young to appreciate their heritage.

Projects enable both current and new generations to benefit from the skills and values of the past so that they may enrich their own lives and communities

Based near Comrie, Perthshire, the Scottish Charity ‘Grace Notes Scotland’ (SC040434) was established in 2009.

The Grace Notes Scotland projects sponsored by Heritage Lottery Fund, the Gannochy Trust, Grace notes Scotland and Fife Council

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