Unfortunately, we regret that the informal afternoon of talks and discussion on the Archaeology, Geology and Natural History of Lismore, which was to have been at the Heritage Centre on Sunday 8th July from 2pm -4pm , has had to be postponed.
This year we are concentrating on the Celtic Church on Lismore. Passers-by will have seen 3 16m trenches in the South Glebe field where we are trying to establish the boundaries of the old graveyard, looking for “finds” from early medieval times, and investigating the possibility that there was a oval boundary trench or vallum […]
Another Date for your Diary. Sunday 8th July 2pm – 4pm An informal afternoon of talks and discussion on the Archaeology, Geology and Natural History of Lismore at the Heritage Centre. All welcome.
Date for your diary. This Year’s Dig starting 2nd July. 10 days of digging mainly in the Church glebe fields (rest day on Sunday 8 July) Led again by Clare Ellis, Argyll Archaeology. Searching for traces of the Celtic Church on Lismore. No previous experience needed, training provided. Children welcome but only under the supervision of parents. […]
Our new overspill collections storage room has arrived. Congratulations to Bob Hay for securing the funding and many thanks to Museums Galleries Scotland. The complicated siting was achieved with great skill by Ian McDonald and Mark MacQueen…. and, of course, a team of labourers at the preparation stage. The good weather was crucial for the […]
The Story of Lismore in 50 Objects, which has been featured on this site as individual items by Robert Hay, has now been published by Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr . They hope to have copies for sale at the AGM on Saturday 2 June, price £15. After that, it will be on sale in the Heritage Centre […]