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Meet our new Learning and Audiences Officer

  I have always been fascinated by history. In my youth, I could often be found with my nose buried in a book on the Roman Empire or the Hundred Years War, and, much to my friends’ dismay, my idea … Continue reading

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My Son Tom

‘My Son Tom’ whose title is inspired by that magnificently poignant poem by Rudyard Kipling ‘My Boy Jack’ all about his son, John Kipling, who was killed on the Western Front in 1915. With the talk, Richard McKenzie, will be … Continue reading

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5 Great Reasons To Come Along To the Christmas Shopping Evening At The Castle

Thursday 1st December The Black Watch Castle and Museum Gift Shop 5.30pm to 7.30pm It’s that special time of year again, noses like Rudolph, Christmas cards to be written, tinsel and trees take over our living rooms – oh and … Continue reading

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#MuseumWeek 2015

Next month we will be joining hundreds of other museums and galleries across Europe to take part in Twitter’s #MuseumWeek (Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th March). 7 days, 7 themes and 7 hashtags will bring The Black Watch Castle and … Continue reading

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Take Your Child to Work Day

by Alex M, Johnathan M, Kai F, Liam C and Alex C Hello today is take your child to work day. Alex C, Johnathan, Kai, Alex M and Liam all visited the Museum and this is what we did. We … Continue reading

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Kilt-Making at the Castle and Museum

by Ruari Halford-MacLeod, class leader Nine folk have started making box pleated kilts in an evening class at The Black Watch Castle and Museum. After an introduction about the origin of the box pleated kilt, first worn in 1796 when … Continue reading

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