Why not join us as a Member and get actively involved in researching and visiting historical sites? Members meet regularly throughout the year to work on specific projects such as: maintaining and enhancing the Cromar Historical Archive; providing support to requests such as transcribing the Tax Records held at County level; carrying out research for Echoes articles; or discussing how to help preserve our local heritage.
Membership costs £10 a year and for details of how to join, please contact us on email@example.com
Membership benefits include :
- Regular member meetings
- Summer visits to local historical sites with knowledgeable locals
- Support and help from other members on your own identified projects
The visits during the summer to interesting historical sites are hugely popular and one of our highlights. You visit sites that most of us do not even know exist and get a great insight into our wonderful local environment and history.
To ensure numbers are manageable, these are open to members only and their invited guests.
Past visits have included : Haddo House where Lord Aberdeen kindly acted as guide; Drummuir Castle, Diageo’s entertainment venue for visiting customers; Crawton, near Stonehaven to see its special geology; Auchtavan, in Upper Deeside, owned by the late Queen Mother; Glen Gairn to visit the hidden remnants of old Catholic/Protestant antagonism and the walled garden of Auchernach and the remains of Duffdefiance.
Regretably, because of the current corona virus outbreak, we cannot be sure when our next excursion might be. We will continue to monitor government advice about social contact and will publish details of any possible excursions only when it is considered safe for us to meet again.
Both members and non-members can attend the talks programmes. Besides being enjoyable and informative, these also help fund our research and other activities.