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    Abbey Craig: From Picts to Vikings Dig!

    The vitrified fort on Abbey Craig was destroyed and refortified over 1500 years ago, and has links to Angles, Picts, Vikings and King Arthur!!! Come and help us explore it! Booking essential, contact Murray Cook cookm@stirling.gov.uk For more information visit: https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/…/abbey-craig-from-pict…/

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    Talking up Traprain

    Join East Lothian Council Archaeology Service for a guided walk up Traprain Law, to explore the history of the hillfort and its landscape, and to look at the latest research on the hillfort, its management issues and solutions! Please note the path is steep in places and there are Exmoor ponies grazing on the Law. Free. Booking required. For more…

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    Margaretta Henrietta, Lady Buchan Hepburn

    Margaretta Henrietta Beck married George Buchan Hepburn in April 1781. Who was she and why is she significant in the History of the Smeaton Hepburn estate? Join local historian David Affleck to hear her remarkable story. This presentation accompanies the ‘The Last of the Hepburns of Smeaton Hepburn’ exhibition. Free. Booking required: either in person at the John Gray Centre…

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    St Ninian’s Kirk

    Join us at St Ninian’s Old Kirk on Tuesday 4th September for a rare chance to explore St Ninian’s Old Church Yard from ancient Celtic Christianity to Bonnie Prince Charlie! Booking is essential, please contact: cookm@stirling.gov.uk For more information visit: https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/event/st-ninians-kirk-2/