The eagle-eyed among will have noticed that the Lochbrow blog has been very quiet for the last year. This is because, for a number of reasons, the Lochbrow team have decided to take a break this year from active fieldwork at Lochbrow. There has, therefore, been no 2016 field season. This doesn’t mean that the team have been inactive. We’ve been working at Lochbrow since 2010, which means we have gathered a lot of data and information. Our main priority at the moment, therefore, is to work with all the information we have gathered over the years, interpret and publish that work. It may take a while for those outputs to be completed and available, but we’ll do our best to keep this blog and the rest of this website up-to-date with progress and also any plans for the future.
For those of you who are missing the silliness of Lochbrow project updates. Here are some photos from the archives that may help ease that feeling of loss….