Discovering the Clyde has been looking at people’s interaction with the river through time. As well as built heritage, archaeology and cultural landscapes, we have been interested in the ways in which the Clyde has shaped the lives of people and communities, and how these people have shaped the Clyde.

People from all sorts of places have helped us look at the river from many different angles, including academic researchers, local community groups and individuals. We would like to thank you all for helping us to learn about and record this fascinating river, which has played such an important part in the history of Scotland.