In 2022 Scotland will celebrate a year of Scotland’s Stories. This is a perfect opportunity for the Heritage of Argyll to shine .. we have so many stories to tell. Scotland’s Stories will be a showcase of the country’s rich
2020 is a celebration of the year of Coasts and Waters. Please share your events and activities and we can post them here to help you promote them. Visit Scotland marketing toolkit
Rockfield Centre is launching the Argyll Traditional Buildings forum at Stonefest in Oban on 20th and 21st September Details here A stone-themed weekend of fun, learn about stone and the built environment through a series of stone-themed demonstrations and lectures.
Tuesday 1st October 2019 – Corran Halls, Oban Early notice of the Argyll and Bute Museums and Heritage Conference this coming autumn Plenty of opportunities for individual, groups, museums, archives : volunteers and professionals, all to participate. Please download and
Save the date : February 19 – 20 for a 2 day conference = details to come yet
As part of the HLF funded Written in the Landscape project, liveArgyll Archives and the Argyll Papers at Inveraray Castle are delivering a local history workshop on Thursday 17 January, from 2.00pm to 4.30pmin Campbeltown Library. Archivists will introduce both
As part of the HLF funded Written in the Landscape project, liveArgyll Archives and the Argyll Papers at Inveraray Castle are offering a free local history workshop in Lochgilphead Community Centre on Thursday 28 February, 2.00-4.30pm, during which we will talk about the archive collections held at Lochgilphead and Inveraray Castle, and how
This project is an opportunity for Island heritage venues to experiment with new ideas and processes to engage new audiences and challenge expectations. The CHArts Heritage Pilots will support events which allow arts & cultural activity to happen in heritage venues of
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Sorry about the short notice, you are invited to the Argyll and Bute Heritage forum AGM 1st November, Rockfield Centre, Oban Argyll & Bute Museums and Heritage Forum ABMHF is beginning a new journey. After a period of inertia, the