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George Bain Art Print

George Bain Art Print

The International Day of Celtic Art, designated as the 9th June, is a special moment in the year when people who have an appreciation of Celtic Art are encouraged to display and share Celtic Art with a special sense of pride and purpose.  The Book of...

Open Gardens 2021 – Join Our Trail

We are pleased to announce we are already planning Open Gardens 2021. We aim to make the 2021 event bigger and more diverse than ever before. We’re looking for all styles of garden to be part of our trail. Large or small, formal or informal, flowers and vegetables,...

Unravelling the Celtic Knot:  The Performance

Unravelling the Celtic Knot: The Performance

Thursday evening saw the walls of Fortrose Cathedral light up with Celtic art by George Bain and locally-designed animations.  These were accompanied by music and dance staged by local groups.   “Thanks to everyone who braved the cold to join us...

The Black Isle Craft Day

On Saturday 15th June the Gordon Memorial Hall, Rosemarkie was brimming with arts and crafts produced by the talented people from the Black Isle and surrounding area.   As well as crafts for sale many of the crafters were sharing their skills with...

Fortrose Plant and Seedling Sale and Coffee Morning

Fortrose Plant and Seedling Sale and Coffee Morning A Plant and Seedling Sale and Coffee Morning is being held in the Seaforth Lodge, Station Square, Fortrose, on Saturday, 18th May from 10.00  until 1.00.  This event is part of the Groam House...

Fabulous posters by Fortrose Academy students

New display at Groam House MuseumFabulous posters by Fortrose Academy 1st year students Groam House Museum is opening its 2019 season with a vibrant display of posters produced by Fortrose Academy students.  First year pupils have been looking at the...

Found in the ground

Over the last decade metal-detecting, archaeological field-walking and excavations have recovered all sorts of information from in and under the soil across this part of the Black Isle. The display looks at the surprising range of artefacts that have been found.