This Historic Environment Scotland and Historic England Outreach to Ownership pilot project was funded by a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. This project was run in the summer of 2022 in partnership with MSDS Marine. Download the project report summary and click the button to find out more.
Webinar provided by Marc for the Institute of Northern Studies, University of the Highlands and Islands on 5th May 2022.
This zoom talk we provided for St. Andrew's University Archaeology Society in February 2021.
We regularly provide zoom talks, and in-person when possible, please contact us if you would like us to provide a talk for your group or society (free of charge) about our work and Shetland maritime heritage.
Caain da Noosts Family Activities
Regretfully, as a consequence of the current COVID-19 pandemic, we suspended all face-to-face community engagement activity. However, we invited you to take part in our new, online, community project, Caain da Noosts, which you responded to amazingly, contributing over 150 new site records. During lockdown, we also created a downloadable family activity pack to go with it! Preview the family activity pack here or download it below:
We recorded this noost at Shoreside, Bridge of Walls, during the summer of 2019 ahead of its demolition to make way for a boat shed. The report has been submitted to the Shetland Historic Environment Record, held by the Shetland Amenity Trust in Lerwick, and is available to read and download here. It covers both the structure of the noost and our archival research associated with it.
We have uploaded this as an open-access document, if you find it useful then please buy us a coffee and support our work.
Watch this space ...