Napoleonic War and Lanark
In the year 1815 Scotland was playing post to a considerable number of French prisoners of war.
Lanark & Biggar were two places where French prisoners ended up. Some of these...
MY EXPERIENCES IN THE 1914 -1918 WAR
Lieut. Col. 1/7th Cameronians (S.R.)
Croix de Guerre
On 4th August 1914 I was at Troon having a round of golf and on returning to the house received a...
The purpose of the Clydesdale Heritage Project is to encourage local schools, organisations and local people to take an active interest in their Heritage.
Initially the project will be concentrating on getting people involved through a series of local road shows which will explain what the project is about. Some of these have already taken place but the bulk will be taking place from September, 2011.
Lanark and District Archaeological Society (LADAS) is a very active amateur society operating in the Clydesdale area of Scotland. This is an area rich in history. The Society has been involved in excavations on several Prehistoric, Roman and Mediaeval sites throughout the area.