Welcome to our on-line platform to discover and share knowledge about Millport and the Isle of Cumbrae and its amazing history and heritage. It’s a growing digital record of images, interesting facts and memories aiming to promote the island and engage new and existing audiences with the local heritage. It also captures the restoration works under the Millport Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme.
Take a virtual tour!
Upload your favourite photograph!
Share your memory or interesting fact!
You don’t have to sign in to view or upload, you can continue as a guest.
Once you submit your contribution, it will be assessed before appearing on the Story Map. Please note that we cannot guarantee that all contributions will be posted.
By contributing to our Story Map you still own the copyright to everything you contribute, however you agree to grant North Ayrshire Council a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in our online or paper publications and other promotion relating to Millport CARS project.
By participating you accept that North Ayrshire Council can use the information you have uploaded, written or imagery, as outlined above.
Please note that all rights are reserved for the entire content of the Story Map and you may not download, alter or distribute any of the contributed content.
Do not take any unnecessary risks when preparing your contribution.
Ensure you obtain permission from any person featured in your contribution. Let them know what you are photographing as well as why and where your image may be seen (Millport CARS project publications or online resources).
Do not use images obtained by way of hidden cameras or similar.
Do not use images in a misleading way.
If your contribution has the image of, or is created by, a child, and you are not the parent or guardian of the child, you must get permission from the parent or guardian prior to uploading your contribution. Do not include any information that could enable someone to identify the child (eg name, school name, etc).
Always get permission from the landowner before photographing on private property.
Do not include confidential or private personal information in your contribution without permission.
If you need to use any copyright material in your contribution make sure you have permission to do so.
Do not include defamatory images (eg images showing someone in a negative or disparaging way) or material relating to on-going criminal proceedings.