Scotland's Coastal Heritage at Risk

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The next generation of Eyemouth explorers
The Last of the Embo Zulus
Storm battered coasts an opportunity for new archaeological discoveries
Catch up with Wemyss Caves on ITV
Fantastic weekend at Visualising Wemyss Caves
Original detail of Pictish fish revealed by new digital imaging
Visualising Wemyss Caves gets underway
Latest SCHARP newsletter out now
On the coastal campaign trail in Solway
Wrapping up at Cromarty
The last week of the Cromarty medieval burgh ShoreDIG
Cromarty's medieval seafront revealed by storms
Summer newsletter is here
Highlights from Lewis
Great archaeology, great weather and great company in Lewis
Eyemouth video on YouTube
Film of the recent Youth Workshop at Eyemouth
How did we get on at Loch Paible?
Latest pages from the Loch Paible dig published
Orkney ShoreUPDATE blog
Read all about our trip to Orkney
One of our projects debated in Scottish Parliament
Our developing project with the Save the Wemyss Ancient Caves Society was debated in Parliament on Tuesday evening.
Spring Newsletter out
ShoreDIGs off the starting blocks
Wave- and wind-swept heritage in the Western Isles
SCHARP goes to the Western Isles
Sharing knowledge on the Forth
Volunteers come to inner Forth ShoreUPDATE training day and share their knowledge
ShoreUPDATES in Solway
ShoreUPDATE training in Solway
MSP support for Citizen Archaeology
How To... tutorials now online
SCHARP in the Forth
SCHARP team explores the heritage of the Inner Forth
Art meets survey
Are Kingholm Quay mooring posts the most unusual in Scotland?
SCHARP on the news
STV Feature Tonight!
Catch a feature on SCHARP on STV News tonight!!
Steamy Bronze Age remains recorded on Sanday beach
New photos submitted of an eroding Bronze Age burnt mound on Sanday
SCHARP goes to Solway
SCHARP take-off begins
SCHARP goes to Aberdeen, East Lothian and Helsinki!
Sally Magnusson launches SCHARP
Citizen army urged to save coast's history
SCAPE wins prestigious award
SCAPE’s ‘Sea of troubles: Scotland’s eroding heritage’ wins Rescue Dig of the Year award
Young people put ShoreUPDATE through its paces