NOSAS (North of Scotland Archaeological Society) and the Pictish Arts Society jointly raised funds for the conservation and management of a Pictish cross-slab that was recently discovered near Dingwall in Easter Ross. The stone was conserved in Edinburgh and will soon be unveiled in the Dingwall Museum.
It will look great in the front window of the museum, and will make quite an attraction, not only for the museum but also the town. Not every Scottish town is so lucky as to have a Pictish stone!
"Easter Ross is home to many fine Pictish sculptured stones and yet this latest discovery still manages to add something new and exciting to that collection" John Borland (President of The Pictish Arts Society).