The purpose and objectives of the Association were formalised as follows :-
“The purpose of the Association is for the benefit of the public, to advance education and restore, preserve and improve Kinloch Castle (situated at Kinloch on the Isle of Rum) including its furnishings and fitments”.
In furtherance with the above, but not otherwise, the Association shall :-
- Work in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage, as custodians of the Isle of Rum, individuals and organisations.
- Obtain funding to carry out the restoration and preservation work.
- Maintain the collection of objets d’art from around the world, furnishings of the time, plus original fitments.
Read our April 2019 Business Plan Summary.
Appendix 1 – Statistical analysis
Appendix 2 – Kinloch Castle Strategic Fit
Appendix 3 – Community Engagement
Appendix 4 – Kinloch Castle Community Survey Results
Appendix 5 – Heritage Strategy
Appendix 6 – Options Appraisal – Governance
Appendix 7 – SWOT for building and collection ownership
Appendix 8 – Kinloch Castle Market Appraisal
Appendix 9a – Operating Models SWOT
Appendix 9b – Draft Organisational Development Plan KCFA
Appendix 10 – KCFA Short Term Action Plan
Appendix 11 – Previous relevant Kinloch Castle Reports
Appendix 12 – KCFA Board Member and Member Skills Audit
Appendix 13 – KCFA Board and Member Biographies
Appendix 14 – Kinloch Castle Population Survey
Appendix 15 – KCFA Members Survey Results
Appendix 16 – Collaboration between KCFA and Community
Appendix 17 – Risk assessment
Appendix 18 – Funding Options
Appendix 19 – SNH Asset Transfer summary and proposed route plan
Appendix 20 – Asset transfer request map
The Constitution of the Kinloch Castle Friends Association details our purpose.
The Annual General Meetings are held each year, usually in Glasgow. Due notice will be given of this and any member wishing to table a motion can do so with the secretary in advance of the meeting if they are unable to attend in person.
AGM Minutes 2006 Not quorate