Tomorrow, Sunday 22nd April, is open day at the Fingerpost in Croy and also the last day of the Shadows of our Ancestors exhibition. A highlight of the day will be talk by Seamus Coleman, chairman of the Croy Historical Society, giving a fascinating insight on the Roman legacy at Croy and Nethercroy.
This will include items which have a mixture of original Roman links and various modern “Antonine” references such as the brand new Antonine Sports Hub at Croy Railway Station.
Along with manager Catherine Martin and all staff at The Fingerpost, Seamus has been a fantastic supporter and helper of Shadows 2012 and Red Field Arts would like to thank Catherine, Seamus and all the staff for their enthusiasm, help and encouragement throughout the whole project.
Added here are a few more of the images from World Heritage Day and we will continue to add to these pages in the coming days and weeks as more photos, film clips and comments are sent in to the team at Red Field.