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The Black Watch Castle and Museum hosted a successful Volunteer Open day on Wednesday 16th January at The Royal George Hotel in Perth. The Museum redevelopment will bring a variety of new and exciting Volunteer opportunities including roles such as Café Assistant, Collections Assistant, Events Assistant and Front of House Assistant. The Museum team was on hand to provide information to all those who came along. The team gave an update on the Museum Redevelopment Project, Pipe Major Duthie gave a beautiful performance and Volunteers gave demonstrations of the work they undertake. The Museum Chief Executive Officer, Alfie Iannetta said, we have had quite a few people attending the open day; we are really pleased with the response.
Anyone who is interested but was unable to make the Open Day should contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 638152 or click here view the recruitment pages.
The Black Watch Castle and Museum would like to thank The Royal George Hotel who provided the Open Day venue free of charge.
Dec/17 - Launch of The Black Watch Collection of Pipe Music
By kind permission of the Provost of Perth and Kinross, Lieutenant General Sir Alistair Irwin, Pipe Major Alistair Duthie and others announced at an event in the Old City Chambers of Perth the publication of the long anticipated ‘Collection of Pipe Music of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)
Sep/26 - Interns Programme Success Highlights Way To Build Sector Sustainability
Over half involved already secure next steps, including Black Watch Museum Intern
Sep/18 - Donations to The Black Watch Heritage Appeal
Donations towards Appeal received from from House of Edgar and Perth and Kinross Housing and Community Care
Aug/17 - The Black Watch Castle & Museum gets ready to redevelop
On August 31st 2012 The Black Watch Castle & Museum will close its doors to the public for seven months to allow for work to begin on the redevelopment of the Museum