The Guided Walk Training Day went well today, with 33 people (much more than expected!) turning up to learn how to lead guided tours around Trusty’s Hill. Starting at the Mill of the Fleet, with a short presentation to put visual memories of the layout of the site and the finds from the excavation in people’s minds, we made our way to the hill on a gloriously sunny day. Split into groups and armed with notes of the key findings from the excavation, each group was given a part of the site (the Pictish carvings, the rock-cut basin, the vitrified ramparts and the interior summit) to explain to the rest. Each group was very impressive on their turn at speaking. It seems unlikely that Trusty’s Hill will be forgotten, with such a large and enthusiastic number of people now willing and able to show their friends, family and visitors the rich archaeological heritage on their doorstep.