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Welcome to the
Kinloch Castle Friends Association
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Join the campaign to save this masterpiece
set unexpectedly on the Scottish Isle of Rum

Visit our Crowdfunding page!
  • Help us to work towards the restoration of this amazing building
  • Rare Orchestrion: help us with the appeal to restore this endangered instrument.  For donations specifically to this appeal, either via BACS transfer to the KCFA Orchestrion account : sort code 05-09-44 Account number 00104691, by cheque as below marked ‘Orchestrion Appeal’ or directly to the Virginmoneygiving Orchestrion appeal page which also has a Paypal link.
  • On May 2nd 2019 KCFA submitted our business plan for asset transfer of Kinloch Castle through two linked Scottish Incorporated Charitable Organisations (SCIO). The plan is that through a phased process of creating bed and breakfast rooms in the former hostel accommodation, including more bathrooms, also putting back the bar and bistro we will create much more overnight accommodation on Rum which is sorely needed.
  • The second phase is to work towards restoring the other better letting rooms, and the ‘museum’ rooms.
  • Anyone with useful skills, please contact the Honorary Secretary. We are looking for people to help with publicity, crowdfunding, fundraising, etc etc.

How to Donate

We need funding to enable us to progress this project. For donations towards the reopening of the castle for accommodation and the restoration of Kinloch Castle there are several ways as listed below:

  • through our Crowdfunding appeal
  • through Paypal
  • Through Virginmoneygiving
  • Through CAFDonate
  • by BACS transfer to the KCFA account: Sort Code 05-09-44 and Account Number 35777395
  • or by cheque made payable to ‘Kinloch Castle Friends Association’ and post to KCFA Treasurer, Jackie Roberts, Kinloch Castle Friends Association, 13 Corrie Drive, Kearsley, BOLTON BL4 8RG, email treas@kinlochcastlefriends.org

The website is constantly being updated as more information becomes available. We want it to be a major resource for learning about Kinloch Castle and the Bullough family. If you have further information, please contact the site administrator at enquiries@kinlochcastlefriends.org