Luss Museum and Visitor Centre Seeks Volunteers
The Clan Colquhoun Museum at Shore Cottage, Luss has vacancies for volunteers with opportunities to become involved in various areas of the museum.
Volunteers can get involved with carrying out genealogy enquiries and/or providing communications about the museum via social media.
Full training will be given.
Please contact the museum by:
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your CV or call 01436 860874.
The Clan Museum is situated in Shore Cottage, a 17th century building, probably the oldest cottage in Luss, Loch Lomond.
As its name implies the cottage lies on the shore of Loch Lomond, looking out over the loch to Ben Lomond.
The Museum displays tell the story of the origins of the Clan and its septs from the 12th century through to the present day, highlighting the part the clan played in Scotland's turbulent history. The portraits of the Clan chiefs from the early 17th century have been reproduced for display.
Visitors can also conduct short, on the spot search through on-line records such as their First World War ancestors whilst they are in the museum, as well as more extensive research. The museum can also give tips and guidance to visitors on how to carry out their own research.