Situated on the north west side of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth lies the remains of a small post medieval township, believed to have been the site of a former Ferintosh distillery, together with a prehistoric Chambered Cairn, designated as a Scheduled Monument. NoSAS has already surveyed the majority of whole of the site and has actively managed vegetation, which previously obscured archaeological features associated with the township and the cairn.
Their work has significantly improved the visibility of these monuments as well as helped towards stabilising the baseline condition of the features. NOSAS are interested in improving access and interpretation at the site and have approached Adopt-a-Monument Scheme for help to achieve these aims.
Proposed work includes improving access, erecting livestock fences and exploring new forms of site interpretation.