What we do
Quiet Scotland is an informal group of Scottish residents who campaign for freedom from unwanted background music in cafés, restaurants, bars, shops, GPs' surgeries, hospital waiting rooms, and other public places.

Quiet Scotland is affiliated to – but independent of – Pipedown, the national campaign for freedom from piped music. Founded in 1992, Pipedown now has several thousand members, and is supported by celebrities (including, for example, Stephen Fry and Joanna Lumley) and other prominent people.

The Quiet Scotland Community Forum is open to anyone who is interested in our aims and activities - whether you agree with us or not.

Please visit our home page for more information about Quiet Scotland.