Tomintoul & Glenlivet

Tweed @Glenlivet Hall

The 4 th May saw the much-anticipated Tweed @ Glenlivet Hall gig put on by Tomintoul & Glenlivet
Development Trust as part of the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival. The Trust welcomed over 100
people to the stunning surroundings of Glenlivet for a night of Ceilidh dancing, music and celebration
of our areas finest export!
The band were itching to get started and despite […]

From Beaches to Mountains: Moray’s Breeding Waders

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Martin Cook from Moray Bird Club to Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre as part of our evening talks programme and Cairngorms Nature BIG Weekend.

Join us for this Free event to learn more about Moray’s breeding waders. Why not also pop down to Tomintoul Bird Hide and get a close-up view of […]

Amazing story of writer behind the upcoming production ‘Doorways in Drumorty’

We’re really excited to be able to bring ‘Doorways in Drumorty’ to Glenlivet Public Hall on Thursday 25th April with support from North East Arts Touring (NEAT). We hope you’ll be able to join us for this fabulous play.

There’s been some great press coverage recently about the play’s writer Lorna Moon and her journey from Strichen, Aberdeenshire to Hollywood’s highest […]

Evening Talk: Discover…The Mither Tongue

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Alistair Heather, from the Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen to Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre as part of our evening talks programme.

Join us at the Discovery Centre on Wednesday 24th April, 7 – 8.30 pm to find out more about the arrival of Scots into the wider North-East region, the emergence […]

TGDT Surgery, Wednesday 10th April, 4 – 5 pm at Glenlivet Public Hall

 

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust will be holding a Surgery on Wednesday 10th April at Glenlivet Public Hall and members are invited to drop-in any time between 4 and 5 pm.

Surgeries 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. […]

Dates for your Diary…Forthcoming Events

Take a look at some of the exciting events we’ve got coming up…

 
Ticket Details
Lighthouse Keepers Tale
Full £8
Under 16 / Full Time Education £6
Family (4 tickets, maximum 2 adults) £26
Tickets  available from Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre, Tomnavoulin Post Office or  www.ticketsource.co.uk 
Doorways in Drumorty
Adult £10
Concession £9* (OAP, Disability or Unemployment Benefit)
Under 16 / Full Time Education £6
Family (4 tickets, […]

We’re recruiting – Discovery Centre Assistant

 

Job Title – Discovery Centre Assistant

Location – Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre, The Square, Tomintoul

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Discovery Centre is an exciting new attraction in Tomintoul. The centre which has been fully refurbished provides visitors with a modern interpretation of our communities natural and cultural heritage and is the first port of call for visitor information and advice. […]

Doorways in Drumorty at Glenlivet Hall, Thursday 25th April, 7.30 – 10.30 pm

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are delighted to welcome a new production by Awkward Stranger in association with Hame Productions of Doorways in Drumorty, a play by writer Mike Gibb known to audiences from the likes of Mother of All the Peoples, Five Pound & Twa Bairns and Sunday Mornings on Dundee Law.

Doorways in Drumorty is based on the work of […]

The Lighthouse Keepers Tale at Richmond Memorial Hall, Sunday 14th April, 4 – 5 pm

Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust are pleased to welcome Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre Company to Richmond Memorial Hall to perform The Lighthouse Keepers Tale

In a tiny quaint village by the sea Tom the lighthouse keeper fishes by the jaggedy rocks and watches out carefully for the ships sailing by night. In the one and only village café, his friend Belle the […]

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 […]