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Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders' Museum

The Guardians

The Guardians are the supporters of the Museum of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

Guarding the Past

Guardians believe that it is important to tell the story of The Argylls to ensure that we never forget this strand of the nation’s history and the people who lived it. Guardians make a vital contribution to the Museum’s continuing popularity. Their engagement, enthusiasm and generosity has already enabled the Museum to keep the great story of The Argylls alive. With their help the Museum has been able to conserve and expand the collection thus ensuring that the legacy of the Officers and Men of the Regiment will be available for future generations to explore, learn and enjoy.

Looking to the future

The Museum has ambitious plans to redevelop the interpretation of the collection for the 21st century. The Guardians’ scheme will contribute towards: ❖  Increased gallery space to tell the fascinating story of the Regiment; ❖  Improved conservation of the collection and archives; ❖  Improved access to our records for research on our website; ❖  An extended education programme; ❖  An increased ability to mount outreach projects across the regimental area; ❖  The creation of a virtual tour of the Museum to improve access to the collection. The Guardians will help to place the Museum on a sustainable footing for the future.

Joining the Guardians

We welcome both Individual and Corporate Membership of The Guardians. There are two ways of joining The Guardians: ❖  Ordinary Guardians Membership, paying a minimum subscription of £5 per month or £30 per year by Direct Debit, ❖  Appeal Guardians, contributing an amount to support the Thin Red Line Appeal at Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum level. The more you feel able and can afford to give, the better the Museum can achieve its redevelopment, thus enhancing its nationally important collection, improving its attractiveness to the visitor, developing its education and outreach activities, and ensuring its future sustainability. Access to Stirling Castle and the Museum is free to all former members of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and to serving members of The Royal Regiment of Scotland – Regular, Reserve and Cadets by arrangement with the Museum. Museum access is free for all other visitors.

The more you feel able and can afford to give, the better the Museum can develop its nationally important collection and its outreach programme.

Levels of Support

Level Contribution
Ordinary Guardians Membership (1)  £5 per month or £30 per annum
Appeal Guardians (2)
Bronze £75 – £499
Silver £500 – £1,999
Gold £2,000 – £4,999
Platinum £5,000+
(1) Payment may be made by Direct Debit. Download our Direct Debit Application Form. (2) Payment may be made by BACS or cheque. Download our BACS & Cheque Application Form.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders' Museum Members

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