Sighthill Stone Circle, Glasgow, is described by Ken Brophy in the podcast as ‘The Neolithic’s greatest hits all brought together in one stone circle’. This is due to Duncan Lunan’s astronomically aligned circle being inspired by elements in other stone circles he has visited.
A walk for all Seasons.
Images by John Mowat. Words by Edwin Muir
It’s been several months since we last paid a visit to The Ring of Brodgar. We went on Saturday 11th of February 2023 to see how the protection measures were faring at this World Heritage Site
Cycling UK Orkney, RSPB Orkney and Historic Environment Scotland would like to invite everyone to join a FREE nature walk around the Ring of Brodgar.
Monument Monitor is a citizen science project – visitors are asked to send in their images of the Ring of Brodgar and other sites across Scotland.
““I was looking for something else in my photo folders when I came across this”
The next – FREE – on-line seminar, entitled ‘A great show-off: Carving as an expression of self in the runic inscriptions of Maeshowe’ will be on Friday April the 29th, when Dr Karen Langsholt Holmqvist will present her research on medieval runic graffiti.
Join the Rangers of Historic Environment Scotland at the Ring of Brodgar for a walk on Thursdays, 7thApril 2022 to Thursday 21st April 2022.
“The actual structure of the ditch isn’t something that folk get a chance to see very often”