Adopt-a-Monument Project begins

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We’re very excited to announce that, after several months of unavoidable delay, the Adopt-a-Monument Project will officially begin on 1st April! The Project, part of a new £9 million Scottish programme of projects to invest in the Highlands and Islands … Continued

Adopt-a-Monument on Ardnamurchan (2021 & 2022)

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The Adopt-a-Monument on Ardnamurchan project is part of a new £9 million Scottish programme of projects to invest in the Highlands and Islands to provide more and better-quality opportunities for visitors to enjoy natural and cultural heritage assets. Funded by … Continued

AHHA AGM

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Ardnamurchan History and Heritage Association are holding their Annual General Meeting on Saturday 20th July 5.30pm at Kilchoan Learning Centre. The meeting is open to anyone and everyone with an interest, even a mild one, in the rich heritage of … Continued

MacIain Descendant Visits

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AHHA was very pleased to welcome to the village Nancy McKean Conner and her husband Bob, who live in Wauchula, Florida. Nancy is a descendant of the McKeans who sailed across to the New World from Ireland, but her researches have led her … Continued

Lochan na Crannaig

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Lochan na Crannaig lies to the right of the road between Kilchoan and Achosnich, about half way to Sonachan Hotel. To learn more about it, see the Kilchoan Diary entry here.

West of Bourblaige

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Members of AHHA spent Saturday morning high on the steep slopes to the west of Bourblaige, a settlement cleared by the Ardnamurchan Estate in 1828 – some of its ruined houses are just visible at bottom right of this picture. … Continued