Inspired by discovery of the Applecross broch (a thick-walled, dry stone tower of circular ground plan), the Applecross Archaeological Society was formed in 2005, with its broad aims being to investigate, conserve and promote the archaeological sites of the peninsula. Membership is open to all, and is free of charge. Within the Applecross Landscape Partnership Scheme we are responsible for overseeing the broch project, and are partners in the development of the archaeological trail and the lime kiln project. In the summer months we will also run a number of archaeology related training event suitable for beginners. If you would like to find out more about us, or participate in any events related to the above projects, please contact Nick Goldthorpe (firstname.lastname@example.org).