Wednesday, 4 March 2009

An Historical Tour of Glenogilvy - some faces and places.
by Neil McLeod

In a wide ranging illustrated talk Neil gave an insight ino the busy history of this small quiet glen, and some of the ways in which its inhabitants are exposing and recording that history.

Cup and ring stone found on Gallow Hill

Neil explained how remains present today tell the historic tale of the Glen and its inhabitants.

The bothy at Tarbrax showing the unusual second level and the steep 'stairs'.

ENKCA will be organising a walk in Glenogilvy this summer in conjunction with Neil. Keep an eye on our events blog for further details.