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Yarrows Heritage Trust

Photograph of Yarrows Heritage TrustYarrows Heritage Trust is located in the far north of the Scottish mainland at Thrumster, a small village 6 Km south of Wick in Caithness. The Trust, set up in 2002, takes its name an area of upland that extends from Thrumster to the Clyth to the south. Our aim is to preserve and enhance access to all aspects of Yarrows historical, cultural and natural heritage and to raise the profile of the area as a recreational resource for local people and for visitors.

See the web site for details of the area and projects.

Postal Address
Yarrows Heritage Trust
Green Acres
6 Manse Road

Barbara Hiddleston

Dwarwick Cottage
Tel: 01847 851295

News for Yarrows Heritage Trust

Archaeology Dig to start at Iron Age site in CaithnessThumbnail for article : Archaeology Dig to start at Iron Age site in Caithness
The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute, in partnership with the Yarrows Heritage Trust, are preparing for a fourth season of excavation at the Burn of Swartigill in Thrumster, Caithness, Scotland.   Previous seasons of excavation at the site have uncovered a complex of Iron Age structures, which are providing an important window into Iron Age society away from the monumental architecture of the Brochs.  
Photographic Competition - Yarrows Heritage TrustThumbnail for article : Photographic Competition - Yarrows Heritage Trust
Joseph Anderson Photo Contest Rules Joseph Anderson 2015 Photo Contest ends Friday July 31st, 2015, at 5:00 PM By submitting an entry, each contestant agrees to the rules of the contest.   Who may enter: There are 3 age categories Under 12 years of age on 31st July 2015 13 - 17 years of age on 31st July 18 years and over on 31st July.  
Thrumster Railway Station Gets Its Sign RestoredThumbnail for article : Thrumster Railway Station Gets Its Sign Restored
Yarrows Heritage Trust located near Thrumster has a number of projects and one of them for the last few years has been the restoration of the Thrumster Railway Station that was once part of the Wick Lybster railway.   Recently the Trust managed to locate and recover the original station platform sign.  

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