28 May 2013

On Saturday 8 June this year, there will be a training session on how to explain Trusty’s Hill and what the recent finds can tell us about the significance of this once royal stronghold of a lost Dark Age kingdom.

This free event is aimed at anyone who wants to be able to take friends and family or a group of visitors around Trusty’s Hill, and will hopefully lead to some form of local legacy for last year’s excavation of this fascinating hillfort.

One of the co-directors of the Galloway Picts Project excavation will be leading this training event, which will begin at the Mill on the Fleet, Gatehouse of Fleet, at 10 am, before leading to Trusty’s Hill, returning by 1 pm.

This event is part of the Gatehouse Development Initiative’s All Our Stories Gatehouse of Fleet in the Dark Ages project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which was created following the interest in last year’s excavation.

Trusty's training poster

Trust'y training poster

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