Over the last two years, various phases of archaeological fieldwork have taken place in the Hunterston area in relation to the erection of a new converter station and substation, a process that revealed significant evidence for prehistoric occupation. These included a multivallate palisaded enclosure with an elaborate entrance, within which were the remains of a large round-house. This was initially interpreted as likely to be of Iron Age date, but post-excavation analysis of the pottery recovered from it suggests that it may have been in use from the late Bronze Age. Although the analysis of the artefacts and environmental samples collected during the fieldwork is still ongoing, the developer has now announced an event to present the results of this work to the public. This will be held in the Arran Room at the Seamill Hydro Hotel, 39 Ardrossan Road, Seamill, Ayrshire KA23 9ND on Wednesday, 25 March 2015. Light refreshments will be available from 6.30pm on the evening, with the presentation starting at 6.45pm. It is anticipated that the event will finish at around 8.30pm. Places are limited, so if you would like to attend, please contact the Community Relations Team of the Western Link Project by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling them on 0800 021 7878. If you belong to a group who may be interested, please share this invitation with them, ensuring that they know they need to get in touch with the Western Link Team to reserve a space.