How Early are the Wemyss Pictish Carvings?

Important article in the latest edition of Antiquity by Gordon Noble of the Northern Picts project and others, arguing from recent archaeology and dating evidence that the carving of Pictish symbols began in the 3rd or 4th century AD

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Community Festival video!

The film of our Community Festival held in July is now ready. Thanks again to everyone who came along or helped on the day - see if you can spot yourself in the film!

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Wemyss Caves Community Festival a big hit

A huge thank-you to everyone who came along to the festival on Saturday, and to all the volunteers and performers who worked so hard to make the day a success.

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Going underground: Exploring the caves of Courier Country

Michael Alexander digs deep to explore the folklore behind some of Fife and Tayside’s most famous caves.

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Picts and the Wemyss Caves

To coincide with our appearance on Channel 4’s “Britain at Low Tide”, Joanna Hambly has written a very informative article about the Pictish presence at the Wemyss Caves.

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East Wemyss and Buckhaven gasworks

We’ve just added a new video to the Wemyss Caves 4D website. Visit the full site at http://4dwemysscaves.org

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New 4D Wemyss Caves website is now live!

Our new 4D Wemyss Caves website is now live!  

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Archaeology Scotland visit the caves

We were delighted to welcome a coachload of visitors from Archaeology Scotland last Saturday as part of their tour of some of the most interesting sites in Fife.

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30th Anniversary Conference

Many thanks to all the speakers and visitors who came to our 30th Anniversary Celebration event last Saturday. We counted around 100 people there over the day and the speakers were excellent and informative from start to finish. For those who missed it, all the talks can be seen below.

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30th Anniversary celebration and conference

Saturday, 22nd October, is our 30th Anniversary celebration and conference in the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy. It’s shaping up to be a great day, with over 80 advance registrations so far to hear some of the best speakers from across Scotland on Pictish art and archaeology.

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