Our regular meetings are held at 7.30pm on the third Wednesday of the month at Cawdor Community Centre. In 2017 these are February to April inclusive and September to November inclusive. There will be outings in May and June.
The programme for 2017
Wed 15 February. 7.30pm
Where on Earth is this?: Earth from the air
Wed 15 March. 7.30pm
I remember when: Memories of Cawdor
Wed 19 April. 7.30pm
John Rose-Miller, Ian Robertson and Barbara MacLeod
Nairn’s Neighbours: A Guide to the Census
Wed 16 May.
Gordon’s Sawmill and afternoon tea at Househill
Sat 21 June.
Full of Eastern Promise: Outing to various places east of Forres
A History of Cawdor Parishwas published in 2016 and is already on its second print run. You can buy it for £10 from a variety of local outlets including Nairn Museum, Nairn Bookshop, Cawdor Village Store and Broadley Garden Centre.
If you live further afield you can also buy copies by contacting us.
What has shaped the present parish of Cawdor? Newcomers and children may wish to know more about the place in which they live. Older residents like to share their memories of times past and present. This was very obvious in 1991 when Reg King and Dan Morrison gave a show in the Village Hall entitled: Cawdor the way it was…
This is the first in what is planned to be a series of books on Cawdor, including a host of local reminiscences. Books due to be published in 2017 include a Guide to our work with the Census and a History of Cawdor Forestry.
2016 is the 25th anniversary of Cawdor Heritage Group. We will be celebrating with an exhibition at Nairn Museum from the 28th of March until mid May. During the year we will also begin publishing a series of books on Cawdor.
Stay tuned for more news during the year and join us for a range of events.