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East Lothian 

Archaeology & Local History Fortnight 


 

1st – 17th September 2017


East Lothian Archaeology & Local History Fortnight is organised annually by East Lothian Council's Archaeology Service. 


Find out more about what we do and events throughout the year at:  www.eastlothian.gov.uk/archaeology

 

 

Please see list of bookable events below and click on any event for further information and booking.



Please note, there are more events which do not require booking, check out our programme for full list of planned events:

www.eastlothian.gov.uk/archaeologyfortnight

               
                      
Around Gullane with
Old Photographs
            The Big Waggonway
Dig 
Down the Gullane
Railway Branch Line 
with Old Photographs


       
Empire, Expansion and
Disruption
Guided Visit to Seton
Collegiate Church  
and the site of Seton
Place

       

Gosford House
Designed Landscape



Hailes Castle - Knights'
Tour
Hunters of the Firths Pinkie Cleugh
Battlefield Walk



St Andrew's Church,
Kirk Ports
North Berwick: Past,
Present & Future
Tranent High Street
Shop Talk
Walk the Wagonway
to the Big Dig 
with Annie Raynor



What Lies Below? 
A Highlights Tour of 
the Archaeology of 
Dunbar
A Walk Around
Medieval Dirleton
Loretto School:
Pinkie House and the Chapel


Archaeology
of the
 Garletons
           

St Andrew's Church, Kirk Ports,
North Berwick:
Past, Present & Future
            

The Cuds in Reel time:
A History of Winton Cinema