Redevelopment News

Redevelopment Update for September

Redevelopment Update for September

Awareness raising If you’ve been to the Museum lately you might have seen our standing stone in the Museum porch.  It shows where we are with our funding target at the moment, so please feel free to share a photo …

Redevelopment Update for August

Redevelopment Update for August

Awareness raising This summer, as there is only one Redevelopment Project officer, the education team have been attending the shows and highland games and have been able to raise awareness of the Redevelopment Project whilst chatting to families and by …

Redevelopment Update for June and July

Redevelopment Update for June and July

Fundraising This month we submitted an application through Argyll and Bute Council to the Rural Tourism and Infrastructure Fund for the car park, which would alleviate serious parking issues in the Village at the present.  A questionnaire was sent out …

Redevelopment Update for May

Redevelopment Update for May

HLF Round 2  Following our exciting news about the successful Round 2 HLF application, there has been much interest from local and national press.  You may have spotted articles in The Press and Journal, The Herald or The Times to …

Exciting news for the Redevelopment Project!

We are thrilled to announce that we have received a confirmed grant of £3.2 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for our Redevelopment Project! The project aims to transform Kilmartin Museum into a landmark venue that interprets and celebrates the global significance …

Support from the Historic Scotland Foundation

Support from the Historic Scotland Foundation

Kilmartin Museum are delighted to announce they have been awarded a £200,000 grant from the Historic Scotland Foundation to go towards the Redevelopment Project. The Historic Scotland Foundation is an independent charity separate from Historic Environment Scotland (HES), which aims …

Redevelopment Update for February

Redevelopment Update for February

HLF Round 2 On Wednesday 23rd February the Chair of the Scotland HLF Committee, Dame Seona Reid DBE, and other Heritage Lottery Fund representatives visited Kilmartin Museum as part of our Round 2 application process. Dr Sharon Webb and members …