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Highland Archive Centre in Inverness marks 10-year anniversary

By Ian Duncan

MORE than 100 visitors attended an open afternoon to mark the 10th anniversary of the Highland Archive Centre in Inverness.

Celebrations began when city baker Harry Gow and his family were presented with their family tree following research carried out by historian Anne Fraser.

After the presentation, Mr Gow said: “We are delighted with all the work that Anne Fraser and the rest of the team at Highland Archive Centre have put into researching our family tree.

“It really is a fantastic facility and well worth a visit, particularly if you’re interested in discovering more about your own family or local history.”

Activities included displays from a selection of the partnerships which the archive service has delivered over the years including those with NHS Highland, Highland Hospice, Millburn Academy, Bishop Eden School, and Inverness Prison.

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