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This working group, formed in 2012, invites anyone with an interest in the unique heritage of Comrie, and its surrounding area, to propose, discuss and implement ways of managing and promoting our historical resources.
Current members represent a range of interests, from community archaeology and art to the history of Scottish railways and military. We are lucky enough to count prominent members of local groups and societies as members and a wide range of regional heritage groups as supporters. Hut 1, (The heritage centre) was the first step in creating Cultybraggan Camp as a Heritage Destination, opened on Saturday 29th March, 2014.
The group also have engaged with the village through heritage events such as the Tea Dance & VE DAY and they additionally conduct guided heritage tours of Cultybraggan Camp.
Dates for the 2018 TBD
We are always looking for volunteers for our heritage work so if you have any interest at all, please contact us
We’re delighted to announce dates in the Spring/Summer 2018 for our schools Hands-on-History workshops at Cultybraggan Camp.
Thanks in large part to the help and support of the Comrie Heritage Group and the generosity of Peter Scally, our workshop leader, these lively and interactive sessions are being offered free-of-charge to schools. PLEASE SHARE this far and wide and/or print out the ad and take it into your child’s school – this is a brilliant opportunity which mustn’t be missed!