Prehistoric pottery firing at Kirbuster Farm Museum
If you have visited the Ness, the chances are you will have seen one of the 90,000 pot fragments recovered from the site to date.
But if you have ever wondered how these pots were created, now’s your chance to find out.
Ness stalwarts and prehistoric pottery specialists Mike and Claire Copper will be firing a replica Neolithic pot – using techniques employed 5,000 years ago – at the Kirbuster Farm Museum, Birsay, tomorrow, Saturday, July 13, from 9.30pm until 4pm.
Admission is free.