Tomintoul & Glenlivet

We’re recruiting – Tea IN THE PARK Coordinator

We’re looking for a motivated and experienced coordinator to join our team support the running of Tea in the Park 2019. It’s a short term contract for 5 weeks helping set up and run this important local community event. If you’re interested in applying for the role please download and complete the application pack.

If you’d like more info […]

R100 Update with Duncan Nisbet Stakeholder Director, ScotGov

Duncan Nisbet Stakeholder Director – R100 Programme at Scottish Government will provide an update on the R100 programme which has been tasked with providing broadband services to communities like ours.

Glenlivet Public Hall

Wednesday 26th July @ 7 pm

For more information contact: […]

Movie Night @ Richmond Memorial Hall, Thursday 18th July


We’re looking forward to bringing Mary Poppins Returns (U) to the big screen at Richmond Memorial Hall in July in partnership with North East Arts Touring (NEAT).

Decades after her original visit, the magical nanny returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael’s children through a difficult time in their lives.

Tickets – Full £6/ Concession £5/ Under 16’s £4/ Family £16

Available soon […]

Discover…Walking the Cairngorms National Park Boundary Walk

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Will Boyd-Wallis to Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre in June as part of our evening talks programme.

Will, Head of Land Management at Cairngorms National Park Authority will be speaking about his 260 mile walk of the entire border of the Cairngorms National Park last year in aid of The Cure Parkinson’s […]

TGDT Surgery: Wednesday 12th June, 4 – 5 pm @ The Discovery Centre


TGDT will be holding a surgery on Wednesday 12th June.

Pop into The Discovery Centre any time between 4 and 5 pm to speak to a member of staff and director.

Any issues raised will be shared at TGDT’s proceeding Board Meeting as a standing agenda item. […]

Tomintoul Country Fair Programme

Take a look at the exciting programme of activities we have lined up for our inaugural Country Fair this Sunday, 2nd June!

There’s lots to see and do for all the family. From falconry and gun dog demonstrations to ‘have-a-go’ activities where you can try your hand at beeswax candle making or fishing. Learn more about traditional crafts including green woodworking […]

Can You Lend a Hand at Tomintoul Country Fair?

Sunday 2nd June see’s the inaugural Tomintoul Country Fair – a celebration of working on the land. The event is part of the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Landscape Partnership Celebration Project and Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust will be putting on a day of free, fun family entertainment!


We desperately need volunteers to help with marshaling, parking, helping set up and packing up at the end of the […]

Movie Night @ Glenlivet Hall, Thursday 6 June

We’re looking forward to bringing large screen, professional cinema to Glenlivet Hall on Thursday 6 June in partnership with North East Arts Touring (NEAT)

Mary Queen of Scots (15) explains the turbulent life of the charismatic Mary Stuart (Saorise Ronan). Queen of France at 16 and widowed at 18, she defies pressure to re-marry and returns to her native Scotland to […]

Tomintoul Country Fair, Sunday 2 June, 11 – 4 pm

We’ve got some great activities and demonstrations lined up as part of our forthcoming Country Fair on Sunday 2nd June in Tomintoul. There’ll be lots of fun for all the family including falconry, working dogs, beekeeping, Grampian Moorland Group, and traditional crafts demonstrated by Gedwood and the Speyside Spinners.

In addition to these we’ll have face painting, bungee trampoline, fire engine, […]

Discover…The Scottish Horse Plooman 1750 – 1950 @ Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre, Wednesday 29th May, 7 pm

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Bob Powell, retired curator of the Highland Folk Museum, to the Discovery Centre in Tomintoul as part of our evening talks programme.

Bob will be speaking about the rise of the Scottish farm horseman, through the peak of his culture up to the onset of the First World War, and the subsequent […]