|The Breadalbane Heritage Society is based in Aberfeldy in the heart of Perthshire. We meet six times during the winter, between September and March and we normally have two outings to places of interest.
After several years in alternative accommodation, the Society now meets once more in the Aberfeldy Town Hall. Meetings are usually on the last Friday evening of the month (see the Programme page for details).
We have a variety of speakers and at the end of the evening there is always tea and coffee and time for an informal chat.
To promote interest in, research into, and study of archaeology, history, antiquities,
folklore, natural history especially of Breadalbane and the Upper Tay basin.
Our logo, left, was designed in 2006 by Malcolm Appleby, renowned silversmith and member of the Society. It is his personal response to the cup marking of stones, reflecting the archaeological origins of the Society.
As part of Archaeology month 2016, BHS are leading two local walks:
Friday 10th June, 18.00 - To the Hil Fort on Drummond Hill and on Saturday 18th June, 11.00 - along Glenlyon to Glen Caillche to find Tigh nam Bodach