Reconstruction of Perth on 11 May 1559 (artist: David Simon)
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PKHT is a registered Scottish Charity which since 1988 has had the aims of:
conserving and promoting archaeology and architectural heritage, for the benefit of residents, visitors and future generations.
We achieve these objectives through the development and execution of projects, the administration of grants, the provision of information and advice, and a programme of outreach events and publications.
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Great to hear from colleagues at Alder Archaeology that the archaeological work carried out in the 1980s during the construction of the St John’s Shopping Centre in the centre of Perth has finally been published. A decade before the introduction of&…
The Perth and Kinross Archaeology Month programme for June 2016 is firming up nicely and will soon go to print. Highlights to include ten new guided walks - all led by local experts, opportunities to visit digs in Abernethy, Strathearn and Glenshee,&…
Grant from PKHT supports repairs to prominent Pitlochry building.
at 9-23 Atholl Road, which includes five flats and two shop units, benefitted
from a Historic Building Grant to help
the Owners’ Association meet the costs of repairs to the…
PKHT are pleased to have been able to offer grant assistance from the Perth City Heritage Fund to the Owners’ Association of 1-5 George Street. This prominent tenement on the corner of George Street and High Street is thought to date from the …