'PKHT is a great organisation - helping to conserve the layers of time within our landscape, but also bringing that past alive for folk.'

-- Dougie McLean OBE
singer/songwriter and PKHT Patron

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Latest News

August 19th
The 2016 Doors Open Day programme is available to download from the Doors Open Days page of the Trust’s website. 40 buildings are taking part this year - a mix of firm favourites and newcomers in the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design. Chec…
August 18th
PKHT and Fife and Tayside Traditional Buildings Forum are organising a two-day traditional building skills event. Come and see stone carving, slating, joinery, painting and decorating demonstrations on King Edward Street in Perth City Centre on the 5…
July 29th
The Trust is looking to appoint an Outreach Officer on an 18-month fixed-term basis to help us deliver our key outreach programmes including: Perth and Kinross Archaeology Year 2017, Doors Open Days 2017, heritage projects in rural Glenshee and Strat…
July 15th
Sue Hendry, PKHT’s Chairman pulled the winning feedback form from a (replica!) Bronze Age vessel this morning. Congratulations to Mrs Rutherford of Alyth who has won two tickets to the Spooks and Sacrifice Celtic Samhain Festival at the Scottis…

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