july, 2021

17jul10:00 am12:30 amBring Back The Bannock! (Alyth)Come and join the Cateran Ecomuseum team for a ‘hands on’ session all about one of Scotland’s ancient and most iconic foods – the Bannock!

Event Details

 You’ll be able to make a Bannock from one of the indigenous grains that our ancestors used, experience how they to ground it into flour and how they cooked it.

Along the way we will explore why these ingredients from the past were so nutritious and had such a low carbon footprint and talk together about how the Bannock might inspire what and how we eat today.

And to cap it all .. you’ll get to hear a wee story about The Bannock That Ran Away!

BOOKING ESSENTIAL via this eventbrite link

There will be a maximum if 8 participants and the event will be COVID-compliant.

This is one of five INHERITage events especially designed for the
Cateran Ecomuseum’s  2021 Museum of Rapid Transition programme
by Jane Wilkinson of Special Branch Baskets and funded by The Gannochy Trust.


(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:30 am GMT


Alyth Craft Tourism Garden, Eastfield House, Bamff Road, Alyth PH11 8DR

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