Once an indispensable feature in the grounds of all big houses, The Doocot (Dovecot) provided a source of meat for the laird’s table.
The House On The Hill
“From where we were sitting we could look down and across to two crannogs in the Loch “
Counting the Rings : Charting Our Medieval Past
A vast study by a consortium of scientists across Europe has examined timbers as a way of tracking the economic conditions of Medieval Europe.
Thoughts On Structures Being More Than What The Eye Can See
” examples of the varied forms of re-use of structures and the materials they were made from.”
Balfour Hospital Shortlisted for National Award
“This year’s shortlist features some of the best talent in our profession, and the new Social Impact Awards recognises the significant value these projects have brought to the communities around them. “
Funding Options for Historic Buildings
Eligible applicants could receive up to £50,000 for regeneration projects in their community