Scotia Heritage offered guided heritage tours of Dundee, Fife and Angus for five years until March 2015. Due to a change in lifestyle these tours no longer happen. I am deeply indebted to all those who attended my tours, often repeatedly, and to all the people I met through being a tour guide. Many helped me from a business perspective and many became personal friends. For those who are interested in learning more about Dundee's history may I suggest the extensive resources of the City and University Archives as well as Dundee Council's Family and Local History library. This is an exciting time for Dundee, its heritage and tourism, and I encourage you to delve into the experience. Best wishes, Karen Nichols.
Mary, Queen of Scots granted the lands of the Franciscan monastery as a place of sepulchre on 11th September 1564. On the 450th anniversary a costumed event marked the key moments in the life of Dundee Howff. Resurrectionists were most active from approximately 1825 -34.
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