The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative - Protecting and promoting the evolving maritime heritage of the tidal River Clyde

Protecting and Promoting the Evolving Maritime Heritage of the Tidal River Clyde

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What is CDPI?

CDPI is a research, networking and advocacy social enterprise concerned with the protection and promotion of maritime heritage along the River and Firth of Clyde.

We see heritage in a much broader context than history and museums, which are only a part of the picture. Heritage is a legacy from past traditions as well as what we create now and pass on to future generations. This means looking at issues of contemporary and emergent culture, activity, innovation, new technology and sustainable development.




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Turning the Tide on the Clyde

Turning the Tide on the Clyde is a new annual programme listing of cultural events along the river and Firth of Clyde throughout the year.

The programme is a celebration of the Clyde, the rich history of the river; its biodiversity; its communities and activities that take place through organisations, groups and the local business sector.

The programme will launch for events taking place from summer 2021 and will aim to support event organisers to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the recreational sector.


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Covid-19

We are conducting in-depth research to assess the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on organisations and businesses which are based along, or make use of, the River and Firth of Clyde.

By taking part in our anonymous survey, you will be helping us to create a comprehensive study which can be used to advocate for future investment and support for the Clyde.

Examples of organisations or businesses which are relevant to this survey, include; industry, transport, tourism, hospitality, catering, recreation, community, conservation, fishing, arts.

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