THE NATIONAL WALLACE MONUMENT
Thursday 10th October, 6:30pm at the National Wallace Monument
10,000 years of history on the Abbey Craig with Dr Murray Cook, Archaeologist
A prominent feature of the Stirling skyline, today the Abbey Craig is home to The National Wallace Monument and has a number of woodland paths, nature trails and great viewpoints which are enjoyed by visitors to Stirling and locals alike. Dr Murray Cook, archaeologist and local history expert, will delve into the history of the Abbey Craig, revealing some of the secrets of the landscape hosting one of Scotland’s most iconic buildings.
Tickets cost £5 (£2 for The National Wallace Monument members) and include tea or coffee served on arrival. Visitors are encouraged to reserve their places in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a bit of digging and survey training on Abbey Craig 23rd and 24th, 30th 31st October…all welcome but places must be booked email@example.com
TRIMONTIUM TRUST & MUSEUM
FIRST MILLENNIA STUDIES GROUP
Next event: Tuesday 5th November 18.00 Unit Round Up
GLASGOW ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Thursday 17th October 7.30pm
LOCH ARD LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY
Next event: Wednesday 6th October 7.30pm
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Advance Notice – Forthcoming Scottish Local History Forum
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