This year’s competition attracted a large number of entries covering a wide archaeological range both geographically and by period. First prize, and winner of the ACFA Memorial Quaich, went to Janie Munro for Demolition of St Oswald’s School Glasgow, Archaeology of the future, second was Dugie MacInnes with Monarch of the Glen, and third was Fred Hay and Asparas (Heavenly) Dancers at Angkor Watt Cambodia. Other entries can be viewed in the Gallery section.
On a bright sunny November Sunday a group of ACFA members set off to start a new survey in the hills behind Kilsyth. Further information can be found in the survey section.
Members gathered for a new style annual general meeting, a lunchtime event at a new venue, Glasgow Council for Voluntary Service’s Albany Centre, with a new caterer. The changes were met with approval from members who deemed them a success.
Chairperson, Dugie MacInnes, welcomed members and reported on a busy ACFA year with a number of surveys and participation in archaeological activities in co-operation with other organisations.
Dugie presented winner of the photography competition, Janie Munro, with the ACFA Memorial Quaich.