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Museum Trust – About us – Our Purpose

The advancement of the education of the public by the provision of a Regimental Museum comprising of the existing collection with such other objects, or collections as from time to time may be acquired.

To make grants to institutions bodies or associations whose functions including making provisions for the health, welfare, sporting activities, education, and employment in civilian life and any other purposes of members or ex-members and the families of members of the Regiment or its successor in the Army List.

The aim of the Regimental Museum, as an integral part of the rich heritage of the nation, is to preserve, display and interpret for all time the historical records and material culture of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in order to perpetuate the memory of past and present deeds and men of the Regiment.

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum
The Castle,
Scotland, UK

Phone: 01786 475165
Fax: 01786 446038

Museum Trust Trustees

Brigadier BWO Russell – Chairman MBE
Mr N Salisbury
Mrs J S Stewart
Mr T MacKenzie
Mr G Struthers
Mr R D Layden – Curator and Secretary

Regimental Trust  Trustees

Brigadier BWO Russell – Chairman MBE
Mr T MacKenzie
Mr A Stirling
Col D Ross
Col AK Miller CBE
Maj C Woods OC Balaklava Co
Col A Griffiths OBE
Maj J Bain MBE
Mr R D Layden – Curator and Secretary

Executive Committee

Colonel D G Ross OBE  –  Chairman
Lieutenant Colonel J M Docherty –  Chairman, Inverclyde Branch
Major J Baff – Chairman, Grangemouth Branch
Major the Rev I Miller – Chairman, Greenock Branch
Mr G Watson – Chairman, West of Scotland Branch
Mr S McDonald – Association Member, West of Scotland Branch
Captain W Stirling TD – President, Grangemouth Branch
Mr J Monaghan – Chairman, Stirling Branch
Mr F W Sutherland – President, Stirling Branch
Mr W Marshall- President, Balaklava Pipes and drums
Major J Tilley  –  Regimental Association Secretary and Treasurer

Colonel DKP Steel MBE – Chairman, London Branch

Annual accounts – Regimental Trust

Annual accounts – Museum Trust

Deed of covenant – Museum Trust


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