Since our launch last summer the Discovering the Clyde Programme has been engaging widely with community groups, local authorities and academics. These groups have a wide range of interests and perspectives on the river, and on how it has shaped different elements of human life through the ages. We’ve covered crannogs to cranes, water power to military power, and many other subjects.
To mark the end of our first full year we have prepared an Annual Review which covers some of our highlights.
We are currently taking stock, assessing our progress and developing our strategy for the years ahead. As always, we are keen to hear from you and to see if we can help in your Clyde-related areas of investigation. Contact us here.
Image: View from south south west across the fitting-out basin of the former Fairfield shipyard in Glasgow (now Kvaerner Govan), showing the Arrol 220-Ton Giant Cantilever Crane (built 1911). Taken 1990.