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By Laura Coventry EVER wanted to uncover many of Scotland’s best-kept secrets about its buildings? I have! A keen photographer with a background in communications, and an interest in architecture and buildings, I was in no doubt about where I … Continue reading
CURIOSITY is the reason you should visit Doors Open Day in Falkirk this year, according to local historian Geoff Bailey. The Keeper of Archaeology & Local History at Falkirk Community Trust is gearing up for one of the busiest times … Continue reading
UNCOVERING the good stories behind Scotland’s buildings fascinates Frances MacArthur the most about Doors Open Day. She’s recently discovered some interesting facts about a building she’s frequented regularly for many years. Frances, Cultural Development Manager for East Dunbartonshire, revealed: “Any … Continue reading
After the success of our Part 1 post, we thought it was time to share some more of your Doors Open Days experiences. This time we’ll be sharing lots of fantastic photos, as well as some blog posts and articles! … Continue reading
There’s nothing we like better here at Doors Open Days HQ than hearing all about your great DOD experiences. Today I’m going to share some of your fantastic blog posts, articles and pictures from this year’s Doors Open Days. Stay … Continue reading
Although much of the focus of Doors Open Days is on the buildings themselves, it’s often the “living” aspect of the buildings that makes them special. Whether through connections to family history, or current residents (in this case residents of … Continue reading