Brodick volunteers find a roundabout way to Scotland’s Bronze Age

roundhouseb37nts01As reported in the Banner on Saturday 28 July, volunteers from Arran and the mainland came together to help build a replica Bronze Age roundhouse in Brodick Country Park.

In just six days the volunteers achieved an incredible amount and were able to assemble the wooden skeleton of a roundhouse, which was once a common type of dwelling across the country over 4,000 years ago.

The roundhouse, located on the park’s Wilma’s Walk, is part of the Arran Archaeology Project, a two-year joint venture between Arran Arts Resource and the National Trust for Scotland Ranger Service.

For the full story, see the Arran Banner edition of September 15 2012 or on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital

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