CROMARTY: The Evolution of a Scottish Coastal Burgh
The committee is looking forward to welcoming all of our visitors coming to free, public seminar on November 12th at the Stables in Cromarty. We have an amazing group of specialists ready and excited about presenting the results of 4 years of excavation!
We will will be providing tea/coffee and home baking at the start of the seminar at 9:30 at the Stables. It will be open from 9:00 so you're welcome to arrive earlier. We hope to begin the morning session promptly at 9:50. We will break from lunch at 12:15 so that we can return to the Stables at 13:30 for a prompt start for the afternoon session. The attached information sheet has more details.
Directions to the Stables, Cromarty, IV11 8XS by car:
From the A9, follow the A832 to Cromarty. Follow the road downhill, passing Victoria Hall and along High Street until you reach the sharp right hand bend along Shore Street. Follow Shore Street along and pass straight through the junction of Miller Lane and Burnside Place (the Old Brewery is on the right), continue straight ahead. Turn a sharp right hand bend on to the Causeway and climb the hill following the blue signs for the Stables, which is the second entrance on your right. Parking is available on site and there will be overflow parking space (the first right turn) close by in the grounds of Cromarty House, which will be signposted.
Cromarty Medieval Burgh site - start of the 2013 excavation