There are still tickets left for our history group’s next fascinating event – a walking tour of Cramond Village, a site steeped in history and heritage just three miles along the coast from Granton.
Taking place on Saturday May 12, ‘Cramond Walk – What have the Romans ever done for us?’ will be led by members of the Cramond History Section.
The walk will start from the number 41 bus stop at the top of Cramond Glebe Road at 1pm, and tickets are £3, available here: http://ow.ly/VQNH30jMdX0
Participants will explore Cramond’s Roman settlement and some of the area’s oldest streets and houses, before visiting the Art Gallery at the gate of Cramond Kirk, as well as The Maltings, home of the Cramond Heritage Trust.
The walk continues with a stroll up the River Almond to the Falls – once a local centre for grain milling – and concludes with a trip to the Mill Cafe. At each location there will be a short talk and time for questions.
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