In March 1314, the forces of King Robert the Bruce captured Edinburgh Castle. Meet the commander, Thomas Randolph and hear how he used guile and local knowledge to capture this almost impregnable fortress.
Learn of the weapons and equipment in use and find out what Bruce did to the castle afterwards.
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Explore Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh's Deaf history with Deaf tour guide John Hay, whose BSL tour will be translated into English by interpreter Linda Duncan.
Herbal storyteller Amanda Edmiston shares stories of summer meadow plants and their role in the verdant world of the eighteenth century at this online talk hosted by the National Library of Scotland.
Ever dreamt about creating your own video game? Well now you can with this ComputerXplorers online course open to ages 7+!
Learn how to use the latest computer aided design (CAD) to build amazing 3D models on this course run by ComputerXplorers SEScotland. It's suitable for ages 8+!