29 April 2017
Kingussie Heritage Festival 2017
Making Tracks: Highland Connections
Talla nan Ros, King Street, Kingussie
10:15-11:15 'He is a Scotchman which is a sort of passport to fortune': the remarkable story of the Dunachton Robertsons in Tasmania
- Dr. David Taylor
11:35-12:35 'Military mapping of Badenoch and environs,and its broader contexts'
- Chris Fleet (National Library of Scotland)
12:35-1:15 'The wild braes of Badenoc: Anne Grant's Letters form the Mountains, 1773-1807'
- Dr Lesley Mickel
2-4pm ''The other north'
-Dr Ian Blyth
2:45-3:30 'Heritage during the planning process of the A9
- Aisling Mulcahey (CH2M)
3:30-3:40 Kingussie Primary Pupils
4:00-4:45 'A brief overview of the Kingussie area in prehistory'
- Adam Welfare (Historic Environment Scotland
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29 April 2017
Treasure Trove Finds Day
Museum of the Isles, Armadale Castle, Sleat, Isle of Skye
Saturday, 29th April 2017
10.30am to 4pm drop in for an informal chat
11.15am a talk on the Treasure Trove process
Chance discoveries of artefacts by members of the public have the potential to make a significant contribution to our understanding of Scotland's past. The Treasure Trove system ensures that finds of cultural significance are protected for the benefit of the nation and preserved in museums across the country.
If you have found an object whilst farming, gardening, or through hobbies such as metal detecting, bring it along to the Museum of the Isles where the Treasure Trove Officer will be delighted to discuss your finds and answer any questions you may have about the Treasure Trove system.more details »