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“Is Airidh Am Fear-Oibre air a Lon” The Smithy/ A Ceardach The first smithy was Finlay Murchison, known as Fionnladh Gow, who came from Corrieleerie, a few miles further up Glencarron. He had traced his ancestos to a Roman Catholic … Continue reading
Kirkton Woodland News. The first phase of Harvesting in Kirkton Wood is nearly complete, it is always strange to see the dramatic changes of familiar views, but also nice to see new views of the hills emerge. The money from … Continue reading
Research Report into the future development of the Smithy Community Hub Compiled and written for Kirkton Woodland & Heritage Group by Fergus Hendry. January 2015 Introduction to the Project Kirkton Woodland & Heritage Group (KWHG) is a community organisation operating … Continue reading
Back in the spring of 2002, a Living willow dome was started off at our Community owned Smithy site. Weed prevention sheeting was put down, bark on top of that, the shape of the structure was laid out with larch … Continue reading