Here are some hyperlinks to other local organisations that are useful for historical research :
CATCA : (Communities Along the Carron Association) – a group of local volunteers committed to the regeneration of the River Carron, its communities and adjacent land.
Central Scotland Family History Society : Promoting the study of Family History in Central Scotland
A charitable Trust is now established to deliver a project with the aim of establishing a Visitor Centre to commemorate the Jacobite risings from 1689 until 1746 with specific reference to The Battle of Falkirk Muir.
Denny & Dunipace Heritage Society: Promoting and preserving the history and environment of the Denny and Dunipace area.
Doors Open : Free access during a weekend in September to interesting buildings across Scotland (part of the Scottish Civic Trust)
Falkirk Community Trust : Falkirk Heritage and Heritage venues
Falkirk & District U3A : Branch of organisation for self-help learning for retired and semi-retired people
Falkirk’s Hidden Heritage : Our Stories Falkirk is a community initiative heritage project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund & National Lottery
Hippodrome, Bo’ness : Scotland’s oldest purpose-built picture house dating from 1912, now tastefully restored. Has been awarded 4 star status by Visit Scotland. Full Programme Listings.
Historic Environment Scotland : An executive agency of the Scottish Government responsible for the preservation of Scottish heritage.
Inner Forth Landscape Initiative : a Heritage Lottery funded landscape partnership scheme which focuses on the upper Firth of Forth
Kinneil Estate, Bo’ness: Historic parkland in Falkirk district – part of the Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site
David Leask’s Maddiston Pages : Maddiston & Rumford Local History and Muiravonside Parish, the way it was.
National Library of Scotland Maps : Access maps as zoomable, high-resolution images
National Records of Scotland : Preserving the past, recording the present, informing the future
National Trust for Scotland : Buildings, gardens and wild places to visit.
Scotland’s People : the official Scottish Government site for family history data.
Scotland’s Places : gazetteer of Scotland’s inhabited places both past and present.
The Scottish Genealogy Society : The Society, based in Edinburgh and founded in 1953, helps with research into Scottish family and local history.