The registration for free tickets to Historic Environment Sites opened today, Tuesday 12 November at ticketgiveaway.co.uk.
Worldwide rising sea levels, soaring temperatures and increasing extreme weather events place cultural heritage on the front line of climate change.
Some of the most iconic features of Scotland’s coasts are the many lighthouses that were so crucial in preventing shipwrecks, saving lives and goods.
A thousand previously unknown archaeological sites on the Isle of Arran have been revealed using the latest technology by archaeologists with Historic Environment Scotland.
“While we recognise that fencing and gating can be visually intrusive, it has been necessary to install a robust structure to withstand the high winds in Orkney.”
“There exists the potential for a single extreme event destroying part of Skara Brae”
Nominations are now open for the Commemorative Plaque scheme run by Historic Environment Scotland.
£300,000 is to be spent at the Stones of Stenness, in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney to upgrade car parking facilities and improve the pathways network.
An art installation based on George Mackay Brown’s cycle of poems ‘Tryst on Egilsay’ is to be opened on Saturday 1 June at St Clement’s Church, Rodel, Harris.
“The site includes finds from the Pictish through to the Viking period.”