New course investigating WWII Remains in Invergordon
12 July 2016
A new project run on behalf of Invergordon Museum and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Beinn Tharsuinn Community Benefit fund begins over the summer, investigating the World War II remains of Invergordon. It follows on from the successful project last year looking at World War I remains.
Invergordon was no less busy in World War II, but the focus was very different. We encourage anyone with memories Invergordon in World War II to come to our sessions or get in touch! We’ll also look at archive information, aerial photographs, old photographs and other sources. We’ll meet on Thursday evenings at Invergordon Museum, 7-9:30 starting 14th July, with the exception of 28th July, when Allan Kilpatrick from Historic Environment Scotland will give a lecture on The Cromarty Firth in World War II at Invergordon Arts Centre (7pm). Sessions will continue thoughout the summer and into the autumn. Free and all welcome - come to contribute or learn!
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