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****New publication now available!!****

Rock Rider: St Conval and his Church at Inchinnan by our Historical Consultant Gilbert Markus.  Gilbert has surveyed the historical evidence for the medieval church, the cult of its saints – first, Finnian, then Conval and the church’s place in wider political events. His findings rather challenge some of our earlier assumptions. Available via Bill

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PRESS RELEASE – Ancient stone re-discovered at Inchinnan

Bill McCallum (Inchinnan Historical Interest Group) The latest digital photography techniques applied to the ancient burial stones at Inchinnan Parish Church have revealed that one of the stones, thought to be medieval in date, was originally carved much earlier and probably commemorated an important person within the Kingdom of Strathclyde. As a part of the

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A report on the group’s Conference: 597 AD St Conval’s to All Hallows

On 18th November 2017 Inchinnan Historical Interest Group (IHIG) held a Roundup Conference to bring the local community up to speed with what stage their archaeological project investigating the site of All Hallow’s Church, Inchinnan, had now reached. The project involved geophysics, historical research, workshops, archaeology, model making, photogrammetry, Reflective Transformation Imaging (RTI), music and film

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Project Round up! – All Hallows Conference Information

Date: Saturday 18th November Time: 1-4pm Location: Inchinnan Parish Church, Greenock Road, Inchinnan. We are delighted to be hosting a Conference to round up the current stage of the project ‘’ 597 ‘AD St Conval to All Hallows – 1420 Years and Counting’. We have been very excited by the findings and looking forward to

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