News & Events

News

On the weekend of 7-8 May (National Mills Weekend), Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust and SPAB Scotland hosted Milling Matters, the first national mills conference. We're thrilled to say that the weekend was enjoyed immensely by all, thanks to the hard work and dedication of our staff, volunteers, speakers and discussion hosts.

Traditional Buildings Health Check is a scheme aimed at helping owners of traditional buildings undertake proactive maintenance. It has been run successfully in Stirling by Stirling City Heritage Trust since 2013, and now the funders, Historic Environment Scotland, are looking to widen the area. A small pilot scheme began in Perth City in February 2022.

We are excited to announce that drafts of PKARF's Mesolithic and Neolithic chapters have entered the final phase of production and are now available for wider consultation. We would like your feedback- can you help?

We are delighted to announce the release of our latest publication on the spectacular prehistoric archaeology of Perth and Kinross.

Events

Sep
-17th
to
Sep
-18th

Doors Open Days 2022

Doors Open Days will take place the weekend of 17th and 18th September in Perth and Kinross this year. The two themes are "Sustainability" (European Heritage Days) and "Year of Stories" (Scottish Civic Trust).

Apr
-27th
to
Oct
-26th

Architectural Conservation CPD – 2022 Programme

Our annual series of Architectural Conservation CPDs is returning on 27th April. All talks are delivered by accredited conservation industry professionals.

Previous Events

May
-7th
to
May
-8th

Milling Matters – Scottish Heritage Mills Conference 2022

Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust and the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) are very pleased to bring you a first in Scotland - a conference dedicated entirely to Mills, their associated heritage and the craft of milling!

Feb
-1st
to
May
-3rd

Milling Matters – Four Fabulous Lectures

In the run up to the Milling Matters Weekend Conference the SPAB Scotland and Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust are pleased to present a series of four online talks.

Oct
-27th

Architectural Conservation CPD: Decorative Glass in Traditional Buildings

From shopfronts to fanlights, office feature windows to church windows, stained-glass artist Liz Rowley will draw from her extensive experience in historic glass repair and contemporary design to cover the practicalities of common issues, appropriate repair, specification of work and the application of traditional skills in modern design.

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