East Lothian Archaeology and Local History Fortnight in Garvald and Morham

The Treasures of Traprain
Sunday 1 September 2 – 4pm
Traprain Law dominates the East Lothian landscape, but its long and fascinating history is well-hidden under the turf. Yet exactly 100 years ago, excavations produced a remarkable hoard of Roman silver from this great hillfort. Join Dr Fraser Hunter in disentangling the hill’s secrets, from Bronze Age power centre to Roman frontier politics. This guided walk accompanies the Treasures from the Hoard exhibition on now at the John Gray Centre: www.johngraycentre.org/ about/museums-service/exhibitions/ treasures-from-the-hoard/
Please note the path is steep in places and there are Exmoor ponies grazing on the Law.
Not suitable for young children. Free.
Booking required: Call 01620 820690 or in person at the museum, upstairs  at the John Gray Centre.

Whiteadder – Historic Heart  of the Lammermuirs
Garvald Village Hall
Thursday 12 September, 6pm
Whiteadder: The Historic Heart of the  Lammermuirs is an archaeological  landscape project designed to engage  the public and members of local community groups in exploring, learning about and  understanding their heritage through  landscape survey and excavations. From  Garvald to Duns, the project will delve  into the history and archaeology of the  Lammermuirs, and provide opportunities  for everyone to get involved. Come along  to hear Graeme Cavers from AOC  Archaeology talk about the project,  what has been discovered so far and  how to take part.
For more information visit:  www.whiteadder.aocarchaeology.com Free. No booking required.

For full programme see www.eastlothian.gov.uk/archaeologyfortnight