Thursday 14 February, 2013.
Christopher Dingwall, a national expert on the history of gardens and other designed landscapes will talk on “Landscaping for the Dead – The garden cemetery movement in Dundee and Angus”
Thursday 14 March, 2013.
Jim Snedden a well-known Brechin photographer and hill walker will give a talk entitled “North Angus Images”
email – firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
Check our events page for further information.
Meetings at Inverarity Community Hall at 7:30 p.m.
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Kinnettles and District Heritage Group
Kinnettles is located in Angus and is a council area in the northeast of Scotland. The word Kinnettles means “the head of the bog”. No town or village is named as Kinnettles, but a Kinnettles house bears this name. Douglas town is the largest village in Kinnettles.
Kinnettles and District Heritage group was formed just over 10 years ago ….. more text here.