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 sharing them with the community.

Speakers will include:

Dr Heather James, our lead Archaeologist who will be presenting her report on the archaeological dig which took place in May/June this year. The project has focused on an archaeological survey of the All Hallows site, where there has been a church since medieval times and of the surrounding area.

Katy Firth our schools archaeologist will be presenting on the work she undertook with hundreds of local school children from Erskine, Inchinnan and Renfrew.

Marcus Gilbert our Historical Consultant.

Spectrum Heritage will be presenting on the work they have done on 3D digital reconstructions of the Templar Stones and All Hallows Church.

Displays will include All Hallows, the archaeological dig, school activities and geophysics.

All are welcome to come along and hear about the fascinating finds and what we have learned about the history of the All Hallows site.

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Inchinnan Historical Interest Group’s objective is to advance the education of the public in the history, culture and heritage of Inchinnan and surrounding area.