The Ulster-Scots Community Network
The Ulster-Scots Community Network aims to preserve, promote & develop all aspects of Ulster-Scots heritage & culture
As a representative umbrella organisation with over 400 member groups, we are committed to representing the interests of those who engage in a variety of Ulster-Scots activities.
At its shortest point, the crossing between Ulster and Scotland is only twelve miles, a journey which many people have been taking for centuries
This short distance has led to a history and culture that has developed together over many years. Discover your heritage and find out more.
We have produced many publications on Ulster-Scots history, language, literature and culture. They are all available to read online, and physical copies are available from the Discover Ulster-Scots Centre.
Hamilton & Montgomery
The Covenanters in Ulster
Young Citizen Volunteers
When Ulster Sailed West
W. F. Marshall
Patrick – What’s All The Fuss About?
Music & Dance
Ulster-Scots enjoy a rich cultural heritage, with vibrant music and dance traditions engaging a huge number of participants. Click here to find out more.
From highland dance to the lambeg drum, click here to find out more.
The Ulster-Scots shop has everything from books to cards, ties to handbags, including a wide range of local crafts. We are still working on getting our online shop up and running, but all products are available directly from the Discover Ulster-Scots Centre!