ARCH Christmas displays

Posted - 21:06 on 06 December 2011

ARCH Delve into the Past at FoulisWell, a bit of disappointment for me today . . . Snowed in on the top of the Black Isle I couldn't make it to the final session of Delve into the Past in Alness where they were putting the finishing touches to their display. It will go on view to the public after Christmas, and is the culmination of the summer dig at Foulis. I'm really looking forward to seeing what they've created, but in the meantime it is well worth reading some of the summer blogs and comments from those that took part.

In the New Year there'll also be a display at Milton, Easter Ross, from their work looking at Pathways into the Past - follow the link to find out more about this ARCH project.
But  . . . I'm happy to say that I'll only have to wait a few days to see a community heritage display when Hidden Tain is revealed at on Saturday 10 December in Tain Parish Church Hall from 12.00 - 4.00pm. Find out more in the ARCH news.

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