Easter visitors to the NTS Hugh Miller Museum will find a newly landscaped garden behind the thatched birthplace cottage. The replacement for the former 'wild flower garden' features fruit trees grown as espaliers along the wall, colourful climbers, herbs, various shrubs and perennials and a box hedge. The Museum and Cottage are open from 2–5 April, and then again from 2 May until the end of September.
The 4th annual meeting of the Friends of Hugh Miller will be held on Saturday, 10 April at 2.00pm in the Fortrose Community Theatre. The meeting will be followed with a talk by James Robertson on 'The Cromarty Man.'