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Kay Callander – Trustee & Trust Secretary

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Kay Callander – Trustee & Trust Secretary

Kay joined the Trimontium Trust 30 years ago when she moved to the Scottish Borders to live with her family. After a childhood obsession with the Romans her interest turned to the archaeology of prehistoric NW Europe. This led to her gaining a degree, a Masters in Archaeology, at the University of Edinburgh followed by a year’s scholarship to study history in the USA. She has worked on excavations in Dorset, Orkney, Morayshire and most recently in Dumfries and Galloway at Burnswark. Her aim now is to help bring the story of the Romans and the Iron Age inhabitants of the Borders to a wider audience.

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