‘One Island, Many Voices’ - Bute archaeology book is launched

Paul Duffy signs a copy of 'One Island, Many Voices' at Bute Museum on Saturday morning.
Paul Duffy signs a copy of 'One Island, Many Voices' at Bute Museum on Saturday morning.

A new book, which takes a detailed look at Bute’s archaeology and heritage, was launched at Bute Museum on Saturday morning.

Editor Paul Duffy, the man behind Brandanii Archaeology and Heritage, and former deputy project manager for archaeology with Discover Bute Landscape Partnership Scheme, was on hand at the museum to offer a brief explanation of how the book - ’One Island, Many Voices’ came into being, mentioning the various contributors, and to offer his thanks to all who had been in any way involved.

Those in attendance at Bute Museum were able to buy a copy of the book at a reduced price, and many were delighted to have Paul sign their copies.

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