Heritage can change people's lives for the better. We find ways to make that happen.
We believe in collaborating with communities, partners and clients to meet social needs through heritage. Our innovative projects and programmes engage a diverse range of people in heritage through creative practice, outdoor learning and experimental archaeology.
The landscapes and places where we live and work can inspire and connect people in ways that make their lives better - heritage can provide the catalyst. Northlight offers opportunities for people to explore, learn, create and celebrate heritage in active, meaningful ways. Get in touch to find out more.
What we do
We work in a diverse range of sectors and we welcome partnerships and collaboration.
The Ulster Scots Archaeology Services Project has been shortlisted in
the top three for the 2016 British Archaeology Awards Best
Archaeological Project category. Heather James of Northlight Heritage was part of the team as the Community Archaeological …
Killearn Glen Archaeological & Woodland History Survey
Throughout April, Northlight Heritage has been working
with partners to deliver a community led archaeological and woodland history
assessment of Killearn Glen, Stirlingshire. So far this has included a successful
volunteer training day in #&…
Tiree Archaeology Week
Northlight Heritage is running an Archaeology Week Between April 26th and May 2nd 2016 on Tiree in association with An Iodhlann (the historical centre on the island of Tiree) and members of the Association of Certificated Field Archaeologists. This will i…
Geophysics at the Glasgow Necropolis
The Glasgow Necropolis was established as a garden cemetery in 1832 and burials continue to this day in family lairs. There are 13 graves of people who died in the First World War and over 140 people from this conflict are commemorated there, although bur…
Spring Walks in the Clyde & Avon Valleys
Join us for a guided walk around beautiful Castlebank Park in Lanark this Friday 22nd May at 13.00. It’s part of the FREE Spring Walks Festival being run by the Clyde & Avon Valley Landscape Partnership. Don’t miss your chance …
RT @RaymondBesant: Couple of play fighting Otter cubs, I think it’s a brother and sister. Great to see them spending a lot of time involved…Thu Feb 22 21:50:44 +0000 2018
RT @DigIt2017: Could you see yourself:
1. Heading down to the Puff Inn for a drink (BEST NAME FOR A BAR)?
2. Taking a helicopter to work?…Thu Feb 22 20:02:45 +0000 2018