Three kerb cairns dating from the Neolithic to the medieval, multi settlement eras. Numerous prehistoric cremation burials dating from Early Bronze Age to Iron Age in Galloway. Current excavation is concentrating on a series of pre-historic cremation pits and the defences of a medieval motte and bailey. Excavation will attempt to uncover the detail of the walls, bridges and gateways surrounding the Motte Hill, which is known to have been the Caput of the Curwens of Workington, who were invited into Galloway by the then Lord in exchange for Knight Service. All welcome to try their hand at excavation, young or old, amateur and professional alike as volunteers.