Bedrule Castle Heritage Workshops

25/11/2021

Bedrule Castle Heritage Workshops

There was a lot of interest in the exploratory excavation at Bedrule Castle which took place from the 11th to 20th November 2021. More than 120 kids from seven schools participated. More about this soon when findings analysed.

ITV Borders visited the site and broadcast their findings on Monday 22nd November.

Targeted skills workshops relating to heritage are available to you - please see attached poster.   The next event is 

Telling the Story
Saturday 15th January 2022
10am-3pm – Venue TBC
What do we do with all the information we gather? Learn how to approach interpretation, and help tell the story of Bedrule.
Full Joining instructions will be provided before each workshop
All welcome, no experience required. Booking essential.
To book contact: adopt@archaeologyscotland.org.uk

Bedrule Castle is a ruined 13th-century castle in the Rule Valley, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. The castle was built in the 13th century by the Comyn family. During King Edward I of England’s invasion of Scotland in 1298, he stayed at the castle.

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