The Bike Shed, 23 Grant Street, Inverness, IV3 8BN
This free morning workshop on Saturday 1 October will introduce you to using online resources to investigate and share information about places in Scotland's towns and cities.
You'll learn how to become an Urban Detective - a member of the public who researches Scotland’s towns and cities, discovering hidden stories of everyday places and contributing their knowledge to the Historic Environment Scotland archive.
For the best experience, we recommend you bring something to contribute. This could be memories of a place, a digital photograph of the house you grew up in, or family history facts about places your grandparents worked.
Suitable for heritage newcomers. Familiarity with the internet is required.
Wheelchair accessible. Children welcome with adults.
This free workshop is part of the two-week Highland Archaeology Festival, a unique annual event which celebrates archaeology and heritage in the Highlands area.
Whether you are a seasoned archaeologist or a complete beginner, the festival will let you explore an amazing range of places and collections.
The programme includes a wide array of events provided by local experts and national organisations and includes walks, talks, tours, workshops, exhibitions and much more – all focussing on Highland heritage from prehistoric times to the 20th century.