There is a fascinating archaeological underwater project under way at the moment, run by Wessex Archaeology, the SAMPHIRE project. Details can be obtained here - http://blogs.wessexarch.co.uk/samphire/ Having met the team at a communication event in Drumbeg a while ago, it was delightful to get an email from John McCarthy to say that the project would donate a copy of the report on a local dive, following information received from local divers, for inclusion in the Assynt Community Digital Archive.
Several aspects of this are significant: One is that someone outwith Assynt recognises the importance of the Archive and is willing to make this contribution. Another is that this is contemporary information (though it may deal with an historical event - we'll have to wait to see) and such contemporary information is just as important as historical collections when one imagines community archives. And finally, the presence of the Archive provides a natural repository for information that risks simply ending up in a box file on a shelf, perhaps not quite so bad in this case, but the point remains.
It's a generous offer from John and will be well received.