Lecture at 7.30pm, doors open at 7pm.
Tickets £5 (£4 for Friends) at the door, include tea/coffee and biscuits
Elinor Graham, a coastal archaeologist from the University of St Andrews and the SCAPE Trust, will talk about the hidden history of Higgins Neuk, which lies on the Forth between Airth and the Clackmannanshire Bridge.
From the search for a royal dockyard this project developed into a multi-faceted community investigation of a maritime landscape. This talk will present some of the results and examine how this small site represents many of the aspects of the development of the wider Inner Forth estuary.