Wildbird and The Tomintoul & Glenlivet Landscape Partnership present The Hidden House, a story of Home, Belonging and Memory at the Braes Hall Friday 30th September, 7.30pm. One of performance not to be missed. Tickets are on sale now at Tomintoul Museum £3 / 5 […]
£5 per ticket, stovies included! some great prizes to be won and guaranteed bragging rights. Mostly general knowledge with a few nature questions thrown in to keep you on your toes!
Our plans are really well developed now so we’ll be displaying all the latest news from our Landscape Partnership projects and have details of other projects so come and join us on Wednesday 16th 7pm – 9pm at the Richmond Hall
The plan to refurbish Tomintoul Museum into a modern, fit for purpose discovery centre received a boost today when Moray Council approved our planning permission application with no conditions. The plans which outline our proposal to change the internal layout, frontage and use of the first floor flat are part of the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Landscape Partnership Project, this partnership […]
Here’s the presentation we shared at the Museum open event last week, it outlines some of the themes into which the museum objects might be grouped and the stories that might be told. If anyone missed it and wants to share their thoughts please email them via the address at the end. We’ll be inviting comments until Thursday 12th November.
Recently appointed Development Officer with the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Landscape Partnership, Marion McDonald, is settling in to the new and challenging role, meeting the organisations involved and getting to know folk in the community.
“My first experience of the project was to attend a public meeting in Tomintoul on 25th February, just before I officially started. I was really impressed with […]
On Wednesday 25th February we held an open evening in the Richmond Memorial Hall in Tomintoul to share ideas and information about the Landscape Partnership Project, which we have been successful in securing funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for. The evening was opened by Steve Smith, Chairman of the Development Trust who gave an overview of why it was […]
In May an ambitious £3.6million landscape partnership bid was submitted to the Heritage Lottery Fund. As part of the bid we hosted a visit from the Heritage Lottery Fund team in August, it was our chance to showcase the special place that is Tomintoul and Glenlivet. We wanted to ensure that we could show a wide variety of projects and […]