SWACS shortlisted for a Scottish Angel Heritage award

The Save Wemyss Ancient Caves Society are delighted to have been shortlisted for a Scottish Angel Heritage award.

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French Visitors Come to the Caves

The Levenmouth area is being twinned with Bruges in France and we were delighted to play a part in entertaining the visiting French delegates.

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Successful 2015 Annual Lecture

SWACS were very lucky to have Marcus Abbott from York Archaeological Trust (YAT) to give our annual lecture.

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Busy Weekend for SWACS and Friends

Castle, Caves and Coast Community Clean-Up and First Open Sunday

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New SWACS Mascot

After attending our Special Open Day, Sheila Douglas most generously donated a beautiful handmade teddy bear – Sheila’s own work.

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Special Open Day at the Wemyss Caves

We have digital archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust at the Wemyss Caves from Monday, 9 March, to Friday, 20 March, inclusive. They’re here to complete the data collection for the Visualization Project. The pilot project was carried out in Jonathan’s Cave in November 2013 resulting in the Wemyss Caves 4D

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Castle, Caves & Coast Cleanup

SWACS in conjunction with friends will be doing a cleanup of the land surrounding MacDuff Castle, the Wemyss Caves and the general coastal area. This will take place on Saturday, 11th April from 10:00 until 13:00. All Welcome!

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Volunteering Opportunity at Wemyss Caves

SWACS have an exciting couple of weeks coming up. At the moment our Wemyss Caves 4D website features only Jonathan’s Cave, but experts from York Archaeological Trust are about to begin work on rolling out the Visualization Project to the rest of the caves. So, from Monday, 9 March, through

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Visualization Project

Are you a fan of our Wemyss Caves 4D website?  Do you wish you could explore all the other caves online instead of just Jonathan’s?  Then you will be pleased to hear that – thanks to generous support from SCAPE (Scottish Coastal Archaeology and the Problem of Erosion) and Historic

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RTI – First Volunteer Session

SWACS made a start on capturing the Court Cave carvings as part of our Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) project.  The weather was kind to us and volunteers came from St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow to learn about this powerful photographic technique and to help out with both the data capture

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