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Saturday Nights at the Heritage Centre

Building Survey & Materials Analysis at Lismore Cathedral. 13 April 2019.  7.30 pm.   In the Museum Room Discussion in the bar afterwards Mark Thacker from the University of Stirling returns to Lismore to bring us up to date with what he has learned from his painstaking studies of the mortar in our medieval buildings.  He […]

Archaeological Breakthrough

Press Release from Argyll Archaeology Clare Ellis BA, PhD, MIFA, FSA Scot Archaeological Breakthrough on the Isle of Lismore: Early Medieval Burial provides evidence for St. Moluag’s Monastery Tradition has it that St Moluag came from Ireland in AD562 to found a monastery on Lismore a year before his more famous contemporary, St Columba, founded […]

Lime burning on Lismore

 23 –  27  May 2019 at Port Ramsay Lime Kilns Each year the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) runs several working parties to gather volunteers, community members, historic building professionals and conservation specialists for a short period of work and learning, whilst putting our expertise and advice into practice on a historic building […]

Saturday Nights at the Heritage Centre 2019

The Comann Eachdraidh is planning a series of monthly talks at the Heritage Centre, not only on heritage topics, but also on activities that are of general interest to islanders.  Each evening will begin at 7.30 and after the talks the Centre bar will be open for informal discussion to take place.  We have chosen […]

Dunollie’s New Routes’ Visit December 2018

On Wednesday 12 December, Lismore Gaelic Heritage Centre welcomed nine members of the Dunollie’s New Routes Group who were able to experience a great deal of Lismore,  despite one day not being not long enough to see the complete range of the island’s enterprising projects and historical monuments. They did though see a permaculture project, […]