here. They have considerable experience both of setting up and running the excellent Mull Museum in Tobermory's Main Street, and also organised the major excavation of the early chapel at Baliscate. We are anxious to set up an archive for West Ardnamurchan, and we also wish to organise further archaeological training for our members, so we had much to learn from them.
The members of the Mull Historical & Archaeological Society could not have been more hospitable nor more helpful. We came away from the meeting full of enthusiasm, and very grateful for all the advice and encouragement we had been given.
The Mull Museum is an excellent museum and well worth a visit, the more impressive because it has been created and is run by volunteers. What we had not appreciated was that the Museum owns the whole building, which includes a library and extensive archive which are available to members, membership being £10 per annum.
The Ardnamurchan Community Archaeology group is organising several events during the spring and summer - details to follow - but if anyone wishes to join ACA please contact the Diary at email@example.com.