Keig school are continuing their analysis of the pottery assemblage from their excavation. The finds will be exhibited in a small community museum to be situated in the school's entrance foyer. The pupils are especially interested in changes in pottery production techniques across the 700 year timespan of their collection.
The school is also engaged in an arts project using the area's local history as its starting point. The documentary source being used is the 17th century Barony Court Book of the Forbes estate which describes Keig life through the lens of some of its more colourful inhabitants of the time.
Information Posters made by the Pupils
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