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    Conserving & Promoting New Lanark

  • How Your Gift Can Help

Your gift can help us to restore, conserve, interpret and promote New Lanark's unique heritage.

As a recognised charity we are immensely grateful for all donations, no matter how large or small. Donated funds are received by New Lanark Trust (Charity No: SC008552). They make a real difference to our work and are crucial to the success of our projects. You can find out more about how donations and legacies support us in restoring, conserving, interpreting and promoting New Lanark below. 

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  • Interpreting our Heritage

    Helping more visitors to engage with the story of New Lanark

    From an oral history listening post to a large scale computer Aided Virtual Environment and from woodland signposts to the re-creation of a period millworkers’ house, your legacy could contribute to the development of new ways of interpreting the fascinating and internationally significant heritage of New Lanark.

     

  • Conserving our Heritage

    New Lanark Trust works tirelessly to conserve the built and material heritage of New Lanark village.

    Whether supporting the repairing of stonework, the resurfacing of historic footpaths, the recording of period wallpaper or the conservation, cataloguing and digitisation of our archive, your legacy will enable this heritage to be enjoyed by generations to come.

     

  • Restoring our Heritage

    The restoration of New Lanark village has been ongoing since the formation of the Trust in 1974

    It is a massive task which is not yet complete! Your legacy could support the restoration of some of the historic buildings within and around the village, including Double Row, a former row of millworkers’ housing, the former Village Church and North Lodge Bridge at the pathway to the Falls of Clyde.

  • Promoting our Heritage

    Your donation could help support one of the exciting exhibitions displayed at New Lanark World Heritage Site.

    These have included The Great Tapestry of Scotland, the largest ever Scottish Community project, A New View of Society, an exhibition of original artefacts linked to Robert Owen and A Tale of Two Institutes, a joint exhibition with Lanark Library to celebrate the centenary and bi-centenary of the Lindsay Institute in Lanark and the Institute for the Formation of Character in New Lanark. 

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