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Treasured Remains: Telling Tales | 2017 to 2018

An Intro to Graveyard Research & Interpretation: Find out how to tell your site’s stories

Stonehouse

Ever wonder where to find more information about a graveyard or how to explain the rich and unique history of a historic site to the general public? Come along to these workshops and we will take you through the journey from finding out more to presenting that information in an engaging way.

No experience is necessary as training will be given. All ages and abilities are welcome but children below 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are FREE but booking is essential via Phil Richardson, at Archaeology Scotland at adopt@archaeologyscotland.org.uk  / 0300 012 9878.

Saturday 9 December, St Ninian’s Graveyard, Stonehouse, 10am-4pm (located in the north corner of Manse Road, Stonehouse)

Details – Clyde and Avon Valley 

New Lanark

Ever wonder where to find more information about a graveyard or how to explain the rich and unique history of a historic site to the general public? Come along to these workshops and we will take you through the journey from finding out more to presenting that information in an engaging way.

No experience is necessary as training will be given. All ages and abilities are welcome but children below 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are FREE but booking is essential via Phil Richardson, at Archaeology Scotland at adopt@archaeologyscotland.org.uk  / 0300 012 9878.

Saturday 13 January, New Lanark Burial Ground, 10am-4pm

Details – Clyde and Avon Valley 

Stonehouse and New Lanark

Saturday 09 December - Saturday 13 January

Free Entry

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