Users discovering Dounby Click Mill can also enjoy an interview with a bere barley baker
The Tomb Trail Is Go!!
what I think of as The Tomb Trail is now becoming a reality under a new name as they’ve changed the project name from ‘Landscapes of the Dead’ to ‘Tombs of the Isles’
Calling All Young Storytellers: ‘If These Walls Could Talk’
Young people aged 8 to 12 are being asked to take part in a storytelling project ‘If These Walls Could Talk’.
Talking About Tresness
the UHI Archaeology Institute are hosting a talk by Professor Vicki Cummings of the University of Central Lancashire about her work there with Dr Hugo Anderson-Whymark
More Neolithic Connections
“Twenty years ago Mike was on a work trip to Brittany, and in their time off the Working Group were taken out on a boat into the Golfe de Morbihan. “
‘Cairn’ by Blair Coron
“What is truly remarkable is the vision of Blair Coron in the creation of the piece, a deep maturity despite his youth that reflects his belief and love of his environment and history”
Wells & Springs of Orkney
“I’ve had a look at Orkney Brochs, Orkney Standing Stones, and Orkney Kirks, and now, I turn my thoughts, and my camera, to the wells and springs of Orkney.”
Art & Archaeology in Orkney
“This got me thinking about how archaeology, appears in the art of our times. “
OAS Calendar – February Feet!
“I don’t know who they belong to, but they carried their people to Quoyness Chambered Cairn, Sanday, were photographed by Naomi Haywood, and now feature in the Orkney Archaeology Society calendar for 2022! “
When Flesh Becomes Stone……..
“We now refer to the carving, as The Lady, and I advise people to go there, and meet her.”