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A year of History, Heritage and Archaeology

14 February 2017

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Historic Borders’ attractions – of which there are many – could be welcoming a higher than usual number of visitors this year as Scotland puts its past under the spotlight to celebrate a Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.

There will be opportunities to see remains unearthed at cathedrals, churches and abbeys, including cooking pots and floor tiles at Melrose Abbey – and opportunities to do something completely different, like join the celebrations at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in Portsoy; sample an Iron Age Gourmet Day at the 2,500-year-old Oakbank Crannog, or compete in the 41st World Gold Panning Championships in Moffat. For more details see visitscotland.com

This year’s focus could be an ideal opportunity for owners of listed or period properties and conversions to research their home’s history – when it comes to selling, interesting snippets can add an extra dimension to a property’s sales particulars.


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