The Living on Water project has been out and about and will be out again, this weekend 12-13 August at Amazing Ages an Historic Environment Scotland event hosted at Fort George.

This event will have music, food and historic re-enactments. You will also have the chance to speak to us about the Living on Water project. Find out more and book your tickets at Historic Environment Scotland’s website. We look forward to seeing you there.

Last weekend, our very own Prof Gordon Cook attended the ‘Celts are Coming’ 20th anniversary celebration of the Scottish Crannog Centre. All sorts of crannog-inspired activities were held that included bronze casting, boat trips on logboats, prehistoric pottery making and wild boar roasting.

Prof Gordon Cook at the ‘Celts are Coming’ event at Loch Tay.

Prehistoric pottery making.

Bronze axe casting.

In addition to events such as these, you can come by any time when we are on site at Loch Tay to see how we investigate the underwater remains of crannogs. Our next crannog target is the Dall Bay South crannog on the south shore of Loch Tay. We begin on Monday 13 August and will be there for two weeks. Stop by and see us!