Coming in 2021!
The Scottish Crannog Centre is now closed for the season.
We look forward to seeing you again in March!
Coming in 2021!
Crannog Apprentice Will talks about his role as Lead Guide at our winter event!
Crannog Apprentice Georgia writes about her experience as finance officer our the Celtic Yule event!
Crannog Apprentice Izzie writes about her experience as Events Coordinator our the Celtic Yule event!
Scottish Crannog Centre apprentice Izzie talks about her experimentation with Iron Age textiles!
Ellen and Jenny reflect on their new positions as SVQ assessors.
New Customer Service Apprentice Daisy writes about her first few weeks at the Crannog Centre.
Graham and Rich reflect on their new positions as SVQ assessors.
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The Crannog team reflect on their new positions as SVQ assessors.
Crannog Apprentice Georgia shares a recipe developed by the cooking team at the Crannog Centre!
New Customer Service Apprentice Will Kent writes about his first few weeks at the Crannog Centre.
New Customer Service Apprentice, Izzie, writes about her first few weeks at the Scottish Crannog Centre!
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New Customer Service Apprentice Georgia writes about her first few weeks at the Crannog Centre.
Digital Marketing Apprentice Toby interviews his colleagues about their few weeks working at the Scottish Crannog Centre!
Find out all about the new online series here!
Find out how student Kat got on volunteering at the Crannog Centre in February!
Textile Interpreter Jason talks about this experience this past year learning about dyeing plants in Iron Age Scotland.
Look back on the highlights of the "Bridge That Connects Communities 2,500 Years Apart" project from the past year!
Our Skills for Success Trainee Ellen recently featured in a case study video for the programme - click here to watch it!
The crannog team have been hard at work this past year, not only delivering a great experience to visitors through guiding and demonstrating Iron Age lifestyles, but also working on completing the exhibition refurbishment which began back in February.
Ancient Music Expert Barnaby Brown joined the Scottish Crannog Centre for a week-long residency, sharing his knowledge and expertise of lyre building with Kenmore Primary School and the Aberfeldy Ukulele Band.
Our Crannog Technology Interpreter Emma was gifted a fresh roe deerskin and so began the 12-week saga of tanning her first piece of leather...