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How to develop oral history projects -is aimed at working with people who share many commonalities yet the ideas and suggestions that are contained in that section are easily adapted to cross community and intercultural work.
Lismore Heritage Centre - Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr/The Lismore Historical Society - Lismore is a growing community of around 200 people with a core of native Gaelic speakers. Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr (CELM) was founded in 1994 with the aims of preserving and promoting the Gaelic heritage of the island and fostering community development.
The Heritage Lottery Scotland - HLF in Scotland supports projects that create opportunities for volunteering, learning and celebrating our culture. They fund projects that help to give people a sense of place and identity, igniting a passion for heritage, and regenerating communities.
Historic Scotland - Advice, guidance and policies on key subjects relating to the historic environment from designation to climate change, conservation and world heritage.
Visit Scotland - VS's Sustainable Tourism Resource Centre is aimed at tourism businesses who wish to know more about Sustainable Tourism and how to become sustainable in their business practices but a number of resources are applicable to communities.