24 August 2012
Scottish Archaeology Month events for 2012 in the Scottish Borders region. ...
Scottish Archaeology Month events for 2012 in the Scottish Borders region.
A round-up of Scottish Archaeology Month events for 2012 in the Scottish Borders region.
Newstead to Drygrange walk, 1 September
Walk from Newstead Millennium to the Roman Stone Summerhouse at Grange Hall with dramatic readings enroute, including 'How Horatius kept the Bridge'. by Lord Macauley (tea by donation). Tel: 01896 822651.
A walk in the park, 23 September
A walk in and around Hay Lodge Park, Peebles, enjoying the archaeology from Mesolithic to Modern Times. The walk is on the flat, good underfoot, taking around 1 hour 30mins. Tel: 01721 720705. Meet at Peebles Swimming Pool carpark.
Borders Heritage Week - Myths and legends of the Scottish Border, 15 to 23 September
Celebrate the myths and legends of the Scottish Borders with a week of walks, talks, doors open days and events throughout the region during Borders Heritage Week. For more information, visit the Scottish Borders Heritage Week website.
For the full Scottish Archaeology Month programme, visit the Scottish Archaeology Month website.
For all the latest Scottish archaeology news and Scottish archaeology events, see each issue of History Scotland magazine.
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