Sept 19th - 2020 The Gollachy structure has been a landmark at the eastern entrance to Portgordon for about 200 years. However, the historic cobbled courtyard outside the entrance to the store that for generations kept fish caught from the sea had, until recently, been lost to time. Now archaeologists have begun examining the mosaic of stones to learn more about what the industry that sustained the village for decades was like. Read More Here
Pupils from Portgordon Primary School learn about the ice house from Highland Archaeological Services. Picture by Jason Hedges. Copyright DC Thomson.