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The Last of the Free… Scotland, Battlefields and Planning

A Central Scotland Chapter event

Tuesday, 19 March 2013 at 6:00PM - 8:00PM
The 1314 Inn, Glasgow Road, Bannockburn FK7 0LJ, UK
RTPI Scotland

Scotland has been defined by conflict throughout its entire history; warfare lies at the heart of our identity and is central to 'Scotland the Brand', and the remains of many of these battlefields are now protected. Join Central Chapter for an evening of battlefields and archaeology with Stirling Council's Archaeologist, Murray Cook. Murray will discuss the planning implications and history of Historic Scotland's Inventory of Historic Battlefields, as well as some of the battlefields in the Stirling area, the most notable being The Battle of Bannockburn. Murray will also provide an insight into his recent digs, and the evening will conclude with a show and tell of his finds!

A light buffet will be provided from 6pm (free!)

Please book your place by 12th March by contacting Elaine Fotheringham on 01786 442769 or emailing