Pop along to our Post Excavation Workshop to help us process the finds from the two excavations earlier in the Spring!! Come and have a look at the cermanics, glass, and bits and bobs found in our suspected mill and tacksmens house. Open to anyone who wishes to have a look. No experience necessary!!
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Join us as we celebrate the return of our Annual Vintage Day!! This year we have made a few tweaks and invited more traditional and vintage crafters to join us in showcasing the best of highland traditions, heritage and culture. Come and see Derro Gilmour from Highland Forge, plying his blacksmiths trade, with his portable
Dr Grant focuses on using novel approaches to the landscape archaeology of the 18th and 19th century Highlands and Islands of Scotland. These included the extensive use of narrative, experiential approaches, and Gaelic oral tradition and culture.
He creates a colourful and evocative account of life within the landscape which acknowledges the breadth of experience in Highland society, the importance of culture in forming ideas and experiences of landscape.
‘Lighthouse Lives’ is a short film commissioned by the Northern Lighthouse Heritage Trust to capture the lived experiences of the people who worked through times of transition, from manned to automated lighthouses. Resonant voices and visual imagery give an authentic glimpse of lives lived against a backdrop of unusual circumstance, working in the service of the Northern Lighthouse Board. ‘Lighthouse Lives’ is presented by film-maker Martine Robertson.