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Posted on 25th September 2023.
At the Family Heritage Day on Saturday 23rd September 2023 at Dingwall Academy, (an event hosted by Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH)), as part of the Talks Programme, Mary Miers, architectural historian and former Fine Arts and…More information
Posted on 09th May 2023.
Having commissioned software design company, Cromarty-based Plexus Media Ltd,, Highland Historic Buildings Trust has just launched the Easter Ross and Black Isle Churches Heritage Trail website, as a promotional and informative website that will be freely accessible through desktop computers,…More information
Posted on 10th April 2023.
Highland Historic Buildings Trust (HHBT) is about to launch its new website which highlights many of the historic churches in Easter Ross and the Black Isle. It can be reached at https://easterrosschurches.co.uk/ You may wish to…More information
Posted on 26th May 2022.
Originally compiled by Dr Jim Mackay of the Kirkmichael Trust, and then substantially edited and extended by Mary Miers, director/trustee of Highland Historic Buildings Trust (HHBT), the Easter Ross Churches Heritage Trail comprises a comprehensive guide to the Pre-…More information
Posted on 13th June 2020.
Mary Miers HHBT Director and Trustee and who is Fine Arts and Books Editor, at Country Life has kindly offered to “work up” the draft leaflet for the Cromarty Firth Heritage Trail that was put together by Dr…More information
Posted on 18th June 2019.
Recently, HHBT has worked with Dr Jim Mackay of the Kirkmichael Trust which has been behind the award-winning restoration of the ancient church and kirkyard at Kirkmichael. The intention has been to promote interest in our area’s rich…More information
Posted on 01st May 2018.
Highlands & Islands Traditional…More information
Posted on 25th April 2018.
Posted on 27th February 2018.
Traditional Buildings - Materials and Skills …More information
Posted on 04th June 2017.
Posted on 01st August 2016.
Highland Historic Buildings Trust in conjunction with the Kirkmichael Trust and the Evanton Community Trust organised an unusual guided tour, suitable for all the family, on the afternoon of Sunday 14th August 2016, starting at Alness burial ground at 2pm. …More information
Posted on 01st April 2015.More information
Posted on 21st January 2015.