Attribution: Kerr Yule
Original Design by Stewart Forbes
Image modifications by Siobhan Fraser
Part of the Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society exhibition
held in Dingwall library in 2019
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Ross and Cromarty Heritage aims to produce a multi-media account of contemporary and historical life in the thirty-six Communities of Ross and Cromarty. The material collected takes the form of short profiles, ‘snapshots’ of the Folk, Place, Environment, Work, Societies, Recreations and Heritage of each Community, illustrated by photographs. Extended articles also form an important part . Information continues to be gathered from all 36 Communities.
The current website has been developed in 2021 to replace the previous website which was outdated and did not have the features needed to provide a modern multi-media account of contemporary and historical life in the thirty-six communities of Ross and Cromarty.
This site has been designed by members of Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society with financial support from the Trustees of the Forbes Fund and the Dingwall Ward Common Good Fund.
The parent body (Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society) welcomes new members to join the current band of volunteers, especially those prepared to offer support, time and expertise to further the work of the Society.
To read more about the history of the Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society click on the menu links above.
Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society is based in the Maryburgh Amenities Centre