Anster Nicht: The Archaeology of the Fife Coast, 17th March at 7.30pm at Dreel Halls

People have lived, worked and played at the Fife coast for thousands of years, and the evidence is all around us in the incredibly varied and rich archaeological heritage.

Joanna Hambly will give an overview of Fife’s coastal archaeology and delve deeper into the stories of some of our remarkable sites.

You will also learn about resources to guide you on your own exploration of Scotland’s coastal archaeology and how to contribute to knowledge about it.

Joanna Hambly is an archaeologist and research fellow at the University of St Andrews. Through her work with the SCAPE trust, she manages an award-winning national programme of community research into the archaeology of Scotland’s coasts.

Members and non-members are welcome to attend our public talks at Dreel Halls in Anstruther. If you are not yet a member of the AIA you can attend individual Anster Nichts for £3 per event. Membership is £10 per year and to find out more please visit our Membership page.