Sarah Cuthbert-Kerr

Articles by Sarah Cuthbert-Kerr:

Will Pinkie Give up its Secrets?

Local people are being called upon to take part in a special community archaeological dig at the National Trust for Scotland’s Inveresk Lodge Garden, where the banks of the River Esk were the scene of the Battle of Pinkie on 10 September 1547, when Henry VIII’s English forces virtually destroyed a Scottish army of 23,000.

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Conservation Award for Penicuik Pete

A volunteer who dedicates hours every week to help care for Scotland’s countryside has been honoured by the National Trust for Scotland. Peter Coutts from Penicuik received the award for Outdoor Conservation Volunteer of the Year from Trust Chairman Sir Kenneth Calman.

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