Big plans are afoot for Tomintoul Museum and Information centre.
Ross Associates, experts in museum and Information Centre refurbishment have been commissioned to come up with ideas how the Museum might look and the stories it might tell after the HLF refurbishment.
But . . . . . . . We need your help.
So come along to our open evening on Thursday […]
Annual General Meeting
The Malt Barn – The Glenlivet Distillery
11th November 2015 7.30pm
Introduction and opening remarks Steve Smith – Chairman
Minutes from the previous AGM Steve Smith
Chairman’s address Steve Smith
Landscape Partnership update on progress Hamish Trench – Chair Tomintoul &
Glenlivet Landscape Partnership Board
Cairngorms LEADER update and opportunities Alice Milne – LEADER Manager
Appointment of Directors Mark Finnie – Company […]
Multi-award winning scottish folk-rock band Skerryvore will be performing at the Richmond Hall on the 7th November 2015 as part of their world tour promoting the new album ‘Decade’.
The band described as “Six of the best musical ambassadors Scotland could ever have wished for… a living, breathing, l2 legged party waiting to happen.” by the Falkirk Herald will be returning to […]
Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust and our flagship project The Smugglers Hostel have received recognition at the local social enterprise awards on Friday. The Smugglers won the award for Growth while the trust won the award for Enterprising Community Organisation. Mark Finnie Chair of the trusts trading subsidiary Tomintoul Hostel Ltd was on hand to receive the award and remarked that […]
The last 6 weeks has seen a flurry of events activity in the area with a number of successful events taking place in the area. The Rock & Road cycling festival saw over 500 competitors and many more spectators descending on Tomintoul for mountain bike and road cycling competitions.
The inaugural Touler 10km race organised by Kirkmichael & Tomintoul Community Association […]
You may have noticed a few new faces at Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust, Fiona Durno and Mike Terry join the trusts board with a wealth of experience and local knowledge in events and finance, Fiona and Mike will be leading in these important areas and we look forward to working closely with them both in the coming months. Fiona replaces […]
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 […]
Hello I’m Eilidh Hamilton and I have just taken up post as the new Business Development Manager for the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust. I am really looking forward to starting this role having just graduated with an MSc in Heritage and Cultural Tourism Management from Edinburgh Napier University. From my studies and previous work experience at Edinburgh Castle, I […]