ARCH works with and receives funding or support from a number of organisations:

We gratefully acknowledge funding and support from:

Heritage Lottery Fund    (Stop, Look and Listen; Invergordon in World War I)
National Lottery Heritage Fund (Experimental Archaeology)



The European Community Highland LEADER 2007-2013 Programme
(Black Isle Heritage Memories, Stop, Look and Listen and Evanton Wartime Remains)

  Awards for All
(Black Isle Heritage Memories, Highland Family HIstory Festival 2014))

Highland Council
(Stop, Look and Listen; Picture the Past Dornoch to Tain, Evanton Wartime Remains, Highland Family History Festival 2014; Highland Regional ScARF)

(Heritage Along the Kyle Line, in the Stop, Look and Listen project)


Moray Firth Partnership  (Picture the Past Dornoch to Tain)

Generations Working Together: the Scottish Centre for Intergenerational Practice  (Remembering Strathpeffer)

High Life Highland

(Ardersier Heritage, Ancient Crafts, Picturing Archaeology, Hilton Heritage, Bronze Age Metalwork in the Moray Firth)

 Kiltearn Community Council's Novar windfarm funding (supported by RWE npower renewables)
(Evanton Wartime Remains)

The Co-operative Membership Community Fund
(Evanton Wartime Remains, Highland Family History Festival 2014)

The Robert Kiln Trust
(Evanton Wartime Remains, Highland Family History Festival 2014)

The Robertson Trust

(Telford in the Kyle of Sutherland)

Historic Scotland / Historic Environment Scotland



(Telford on the Sleat Peninsular, Exploring Telford Archives, OpenSource GIS workshop, Telford in Badenoch and Strathspey, Experimental Archaeology, Highland Regional ScARF)

The Pilgrim Trust
(Highland Finds)


Details on these projects and others ARCH has undertaken for other organisations can be found in the Projects section of the website.

We are also grateful to the following organisations:

  • North of Scotland Archaeological Society for equipment loan
  • Inverness Young Archaeologists Club for equipment loan
  • Workers' Educational Association for equipment loan, photocopying and publicity support
  • BBC for help with advertising for the Picture the Past Dornoch to Tain project




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