Welcome to Cramond Heritage Trust 2017

Scottish Charity No. SC047156

 We are please to announce that Cramond Heritage Trust 2017 has now been launched.

This means we have a new updated constitution and we are a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation giving us much better flexibility for future developments


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Cramond Heritage Trust

About Cramond Heritage Trust

In 1978 the Cramond Heritage Trust was formed to encourage the preservation and improvement of features of natural and historical interest within the Association's area.

The Trust has full charity status as an SCIO

Since then it has provided information, advice and acted as a pressure group to ensure the retention and maintenance of the many and varied heritage sites in the area. The Trust is supported entirely by volunteers and relies on donations and sales of publications to sustain its work.

 We maintain our Interpretation and Education Centre “The Maltings” in the very heart of the village at 6 Riverside (beside the steps)

Our team of volunteers can provide information at the Maltings. We also have guides who can provide tours of the sites for groups throughout the year or a talk to your group at your usual venue.

Our extensive archive has a vast array of information on the archaeology, history and genealogy of the people of Cramond over the years and our resident experts are happy to help with any enquiries.

You can help maintain this important legacy by volunteering for stewarding duties in the Maltings or becoming a Friend of CHT and providing a regular income to the Trust. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you require any more detailed information by using the appropriate contact form or using our contacts page.

The Trust takes part in the annual Scottish Archaeology Month and Edinburgh Doors Open Days.

Cramond Information Hub

For further information on Cramond, a calendar of forthcoming events, our sister organisations, food and drink and other services in the area.

Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society

CHT regularly support the work of the EAFS, to find out more please got to http://www.eafs.scot