A valuable resource on the Prehistory of Scotland and especially the North East is under threat by a cut in funding or worse. A possible total withdrawal of financial support which, would lead to Archaeolink Prehistory Parks inevitable closure by Aberdeenshire Council.
In Scottish History Online’s opinion the Archaeolink Prehistory Visitor Centre at Oyne, Insch, Aberdeenshire gives a wonderful insight into the regions Prehistoric, Pictish and Celtic past and as an educational resource and attraction to visitors from all over the world is an extremely worthwhile experience. 

For the tourist and local alike the centre helps direct visitors to the many hundreds of historical sites throughout the North East of Scotland and expands our knowledge of Scotland’s historical roots and past culture of it’s people.

Scottish History Online feel its time too “Save Archaeolink” from possible closure and help procure a sustainable amount of funding for its future.

Help save this wonderful visitors centre, one of the few of its kind in Scotland and place your name on the petition and ‘SAVE ARCHAEOLINK’


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