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Prehistoric rock art

Winter is coming, but there are still plenty of upcoming things to get involved with across Scotland. Check out our top picks for November below:

The Caithness Broch Project AGM
16 November– Highlands
Got something to say about brochs? Keen on their conservation, or just want to shout about how much you love them? Then head to the Pulteney Centre in Wick for the The Caithness Broch Project’s Annual General Meeting at 7pm and join the conversation!

Paisley Abbey Tours
Most Tuesdays & Thursdays in November – Glasgow, Clyde and Ayrshire
Paisley Abbey in Renfrewshire is known as the Cradle of the Royal House of Stewart. Why not take a guided tour of the abbey and find out why? Click the link above for more info.

Scotland’s Rock Art Project
29 November – Glasgow, Clyde and Ayrshire
Did you know that there are at least 2,400 prehistoric carved rock outcrops scattered across the Scottish landscape? Join Dr Tertia Barnet from Edinburgh University, 7.30pm at Ayr Town Hall, to hear more about the work of Scotland’s Rock Art Project.

Visit the Dig It! website to find even more archaeology events near you.