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Jan/25 - Givenchy/Cuincy Memorial Service and Laying Up of Standards
At 1100 on Sunday 25 January 2015 The Black Watch Castle & Museum will host a special service to remember those Black Watch men who fell 100 years before and to Lay Up the Standards of the North Scotland Branch of the British Korean Veterans Association.
Oct/08 - Castle & Museum Awarded Five Stars
We are very proud to announce that The Black Watch Castle and Museum has gained a five star award from VisitScotland, the highest grading possible through their Quality Assurance Scheme for visitor attractions.
Leanor Blackhall, Volunteer and Friends Coordinator explains, Providing a great volunteer journey is of paramount importance to us; we aim to ensure our volunteers enjoy their experience with us whilst assuring that the volunteer programme is effectively integrated with the aims and needs of the Museum. Undertaking the Volunteer Friendly Award meant that we had to look at our framework and practices to make certain they meet the quality standards required. Achieving the Award gives us the knowledge that we are providing a sound volunteering programme which reflects best practice in the sector.
Lidia Dye, Development Officer
with Voluntary Action Perthshire states, Working with The Black Watch Castle Museum through
the process of achieving the Volunteer Friendly Award has given me the
opportunity to find out about their work and how they work with
volunteers. I found it heartening to see how they look for ways to
include volunteers in their work and make it as enjoyable and worthwhile
experience as possible. It was a pleasure working with them.
The Volunteer Friendly Award is a nationally recognised accolade developed by Dundee Volunteer Centre which rewards organisations who evidence that their volunteer management practice provides effective induction, training, development opportunities and ongoing support and recognition for their volunteers.
Aug/25 - First World War Commemorations at Balhousie Castle
The Black Watch Castle and Museum will officially unveil a First World War Memorial Wall amidst commemoration events for the Battle of the Aisne on the weekend of 13/14 September 2014.
Jul/22 - HRH The Duke of Rothesay visits The Black Watch Castle and Museum in Perth
HRH The Duke of Rothesay paid his first visit to The Black Watch Castle and Museum on 22nd July 2014 following the completion of a successful and much applauded redevelopment of the Museum and Balhousie Castle.