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Telling the story of Trimontium for 30 years

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The Trust

The Trimontium Trust has been telling the story of Roman settlement north of Hadrian’s Wall for more than 30 years, born from the embers of a public enquiry into a threat posed to the site of the fort by the proposed Melrose Bypass.

The enquiry, instigated by Donald Gordon, was successful in moving the course of the road and also re-awakening interest in this fascinating site and its central place within the network of Roman installations constructed during their occupation of Scotland.

The Trust was then established with a mission to advance the knowledge of Trimontium, the Romans in Scotland and the Iron Age people who were living in Scotland at the time of the Roman arrival.

The Trust is an active, wholly volunteer led organisation with a major commitment to curating and leading guided walks to the site and also delivering an active education programme to schools and the wider public centred on its museum in Melrose.

 
 

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