Welcome to The Woven Land Network

The Woven Land Network is a Scottish focused voluntary collective network engaging with community in all parts of society to protect, conserve/restore, honour and advocate for Scotland’s community and folk heritage sites.

The Woven Land Network focuses on sites intrinsic to community & folk heritage -  holy wells, springs, standing stones, monuments, meeting places & other ancient sites. 

We focus on vulnerable or at risk sites with significant connection to community, oral history, folklore & people’s sense of identity.

We provide a network for interested volunteers to from all religions and backgrounds to collectively conserve & monitor these sites.

three wells with a woven land logo on them

Learn more about us

Muclochywell for the woven land network

Get Involved

Image of the Tigh Na Bodach taken by the Cailleachs Herbarium used on the Woven Land Network with permission

Read about our values

Have questions?

Muclochywell for the woven land network
If you are passionate about Scotlands Community Heritage and preserving it for the future get involved

Come along to one of our event days. Support the work we do in person and explore further ways to be involved.

Old man of storrHave you information about damage to a site in Scotland? Then file a report here.

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Image of the Tigh Na Bodach taken by the Cailleachs Herbarium used on the Woven Land Network with permission

The woven land network is underpinned by collective values developed by our collective volunteers. Find out more about how these drive what we do.

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Not sure what we mean by member, site monitor and custodian ?