Tomintoul & Glenlivet

Evening Talk: Corries, Faeries, and Big Grey Men: How Gaelic Shapes Folklore and Place-Names in the Cairngorms

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Ryan Dziadowiec, Gaelic Language Plan Assistant, Cairngorms National Park Authority to the Discovery Centre on Wednesday 27th March, 7 – 8.30 pm.  Ryan will be kicking off our 2019 evening talks programme with a talk about how Gaelic shapes folklore and place-names in the Cairngorms. 

This is a free event and booking is […]

Virtual Reality Workshop, Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre, Thursday 21st March, 10 -4 pm

Have you ever wondered how Virtual Reality is created? Join the team behind the VR for this special workshop as we delve behind the scenes of the ‘Illicit Whisky VR Experience’.

* Find out how the VR was made
* Have a go at 360⁰ photography and 3D digitisation
* Share your ideas for future VR experiences

Please wear suitable clothing and footwear for […]

Affordable Housing Survey: Surgery Dates

We’ll be holding a series of surgeries dedicated to our affordable housing survey.  The surgeries are for anyone without internet access or needing assistance to complete the survey. Please drop-in at any of the following dates and times.

For more information contact rebecca@tgdt.org.uk or 01807 580760 […]

Affordable housing survey – we need your help!

During the consultation on our Community Development Plan 2018 – 2022 you told us that affordable housing is an issue and something you’d like your Trust to look at more closely.
We’re all aware of the issues associated with housing in our area, insufficient affordable housing is accelerating the outward migration of young people and affecting businesses ability to recruit and […]

Making the Discovery Centre Sustainable

We had a great turnout for our first members’ meeting of 2019 which aimed to generate ideas for making the Discovery Centre more sustainable. Volunteer Director, Tilly Smith set the scene for the meeting which was facilitated by our independent consultants from Delfinity. There was lots of positive discussion and great suggestions from our members.  Come along to future meetings […]

Members’ Meeting: What does Charitable Status Mean for the Trust? Wednesday 6th February, Ballindalloch Distillery, 6-8 pm

 

Join us at Ballindalloch Distillery on Wednesday 6th February, 6-8 pm and find out more about the pros and cons of the Trust gaining charitable status.

The meeting will provide an opportunity to ask questions and have your say about charitable status.

The meeting will be chaired by our independent facilitators Delfinity and Edward Fitsell, Third Sector Development Officer with Third Sector […]

TGDT Surgery, Wednesday 20th February, 4-5 pm at Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust will be holding surgeries starting in February. 

Surgeries will provide members with an opportunity to raise any issues with the Trust in a ‘surgery’ style format. A member of staff and director will be available to speak to members. Any issues raised will be shared in the Board Meeting later that day as a standing agenda […]

Can you help at the Discovery Centre this Season?

Love Tomintoul & Glenlivet?
 
Passionate about our area?
 

Can you help us to make Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre an even better place to visit in 2019?

 
 
 
We are looking for volunteers to be Discovery Centre Ambassadors. Why not share your knowledge and passion for our area with visitors?
 
This is a front-of-house role which involves meeting and greeting visitors; promoting our area’s attractions and activities; and […]