Murray Cook

Cook, Murray: - Dr Murray Cook is Stirling Council's Archaeologist and is from Leith originally, though he also lived and went to school in Edinburgh. He lives in Stirling with a long-suffering wife, three teenage girls and two pesky but loveable cats. He has undertaken numerous excavations across the region and published over 40 books and articles. He won a Stirling's Provost Award in 2018 for his work for the Council, where he has helped raise over ü¾Œ¶„¼300,000 to be spent on community archaeology and research and has even got invited to see the Queen at Holyrood Palace, along with a few hundred others! He has appeared on several TV programmes, and has sometime even been paid! He writes a regular column in the Stirling Observer and runs Stirling Archaeology a Facebook page dedicated to Stirling's fantastic heritage!: https: //www.facebook.com/Stirling-Archaeology-176144165815143/ Murray studied at Edinburgh University worked first for AOC Archaeology, rising from Read More chevron_right