Friends of Warriston Cemetery

2013

 
 
 













The Howff Restoration Group on Facebook - Dundee Scotland

https://www.facebook.com/howffrestorationgroup


Friends of Canongate Kirkyard - A newly formed city center Friends group that is under the supervision of the Edinburgh Graveyards Trust: https://www.facebook.com/groups/439003969534224/?fref=ts


National Federation of Cemetery Friends – the UK-wide umbrella organisation

www.cemeteryfriends.org.uk


Friends of Glasgow Necropolis – a sister organisation, which has done so much to restore and maintain this historic cemetery

www.glasgownecropolis.org


Southern Necropolis – another Glasgow ground undergoing voluntary restoration work

www.southernnecropolis.com


The Commonwealth War Graves Commission – the government body maintaining war graves and memorials in 153 countries around the globe

www.cwgc.org


The Scottish Genealogy Society – the main stockist of published (and unpublished) gravestone inscriptions from all around Scotland

www.scotsgenealogy.com


The Royal Commission for the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) – which holds records of the built environment

www.rcahms.gov.uk


Capital Collections – some of the collection of images, new and old, amassed by the Libraries of the City of Edinburgh Council

www.capitalcollections.org.uk


Edinburgh World Heritage Trust – in charge of the Edinburgh Historic Graveyards Project (comprising St Cuthbert’s, Canongate, Greyfriars’, Old Calton and New Calton)

www.ewht.org.uk


Glasgow City of Sculpture – a database with biographical entries of prominent sculptors, whose work extends beyond the boundaries of Glasgow

www.glasgowsculpture.com


Dean Village Association – organises tours of Dean Cemetery, another of Cousin’s grounds

www.deanvillage.org


The Water Of Leith Conservation Trust – the first river charity in Scotland, which works to conserve and enhance the Water of Leith, its heritage and wildlife

www.waterofleith.org.uk


The Moray Burial Ground Research Group – a volunteer group which researches and records, in painstaking detail both in drawings and photographs, the historic stones (often buried!) in Moray’s kirkyards

www.mbgrg.org


The Old Edinburgh Club – the Edinburgh-wide local history society which encourages interest in all aspects of the city’s history, development, buildings and inhabitants, through talks, visits and publications

www.oldedinburghclub.org.uk


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