Thank you for your continued support, and special thanks to all of our fantastic volunteers. We look forward to working with you next year! Take a look at a wee video that covers some of the work achieved this year.
We are organising the first working party on the Coble from 11am on Sunday 31st October. She is now in the packing shed at the Fascadale Ice House, so we are able to work on her under cover whatever the … Continued
Although the Adopt-a-Monument project is led by some very experienced archaeologists, one resource we really couldn’t do without is our committed and hard-working volunteers, who give their time and energy to the project, and we are immensely grateful for it. … Continued
The archaeological activity at Camas nan Geall has got off to a fabulous start with lots of keen volunteers turning up to help out with this fascinating and important work. The general plan is to do a quick landscape characterisation … Continued
The salmon coble at the Fascadale Ice House made another short journey over the weekend ….. to its home in the packing shed! It was a long, slow process dragging it backwards inch by inch and was beset by several … Continued
Join us in investigating the historic landscape of Camas nan Geall. As part of the Adopt-A-Monument Ardnamurchan project, between the 2nd and 12th (NB: no activity on 7th) of September we will be carrying out archaeological excavations around Camas nan … Continued
The archaeology activity that took place at Swordle Bay, Camas nan Geall and at the Ice House in Fascadale has now come to an end. The work was a continuation of the Transitions Project which has taken place in Swordle … Continued