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 […]
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 […]
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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 […]
Join us at the Discovery Centre on Thursday 24th January, 6 – 8 pm to share your ideas about how we can operate the Centre for the benefit of the community and how the Centre’s costs might be met. Our objective is to have a balanced budget for the operation of the Centre. We see the move to Charitable status as […]
Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust is a community-led regeneration company based in the Cairngorms National Park, North East Scotland. It was established in 2012 to address the economic decline in the area and has developed a wide range of projects from a community broadband scheme to a £500k museum refurbishment. The Trust has 310 members and two full time and […]
Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust received an early Christmas present this week with the confirmation of a £10,000 Rural Housing Fund grant towards feasibility work to establish the demand and need for affordable housing in Tomintoul. We’ll be working with Highland Small Communities Housing Trust in the new year to get detailed feedback on the types of houses and tenures […]
41 TGDT members, stakeholders, staff and guests joined us on a wet and windy Wednesday night at Glenlivet Hall to share the successes and challenges faced by your local development trust over the last year. The meeting heard from Doug Nisbet Chair of TGDT on strategic and governance progress while Development Manager Oliver Giles reviewed the trusts impact on people […]
Our six year co – location with the Crown Estate ended this week, the Glenlivet Ranger team is expanding with a new Forester and student starting recently. This was the catalyst for the trust deciding that it was time to find new accommodation. Fortunately the closure for the winter season of Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre provides the perfect opportunity […]
Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome the Scottish Land Commission to Glenlivet Hall on Wednesday 28th November at 7pm. Come along and find out more about the work of the Commission and meet the Commissioners.
It will also be an opportunity to find out about their current programme of work which includes land for housing and development, modernising land […]