All are welcome to attend. It is a good opportunity to hear about the work that has been achieved over the past year and an update on the current projects, including Borrodale School, Broadband, IT training and the Farmers Market.
Book launch “Martyrs Glendale and the Revolution in Skye” to be held in the Glendale Free Church on Friday 4th December at 2:30pm In the 1830s and 1840s the district of Glendale on the island of Skye was swamped by immigrants cleared from other north Skye estates. The resultant overcrowding and over-use of land caused […]
The Glendale Trust has today announced the publication of “North Skye Broadband”, in which it sets out the findings of a comprehensive public consultation about the inadequacy of existing Internet connectivity in Glendale, Waternish, and Duntulm communities, and details of the Trust’s next phase of planning for the implementation and provision of high-speed broadband to […]
The Glendale Trust are pleased to offer a project coordinator post to assist in the delivery of the Glendale Highland Market project. This part time post will run over a 12 week period and will be key to delivering this exciting local project. Please go to Getting Involved and Jobs for job specification and application […]
Homecoming & Borrodale Alumni Event – 17 & 18th July 2015 The Glendale Trust is pleased to announce plans for the cultural and heritage project associated with the Borrodale School Project, The plans feature a Borrodale School Alumni event which aims to help shape and define the shared cultural and heritage aspects of the project. […]
A planning application for a fish farm in Loch Pooltiel, Glendale, has recently been resubmitted to Highland Council. The Glendale Trust remains entirely neutral to the application and is not involved in the planning process. The planning application 15/02012/FUL can be viewed online at Highland Council eplanning site and a hard copy can also be […]
The Glendale Trust's objectives are the promotion for the public benefit of rural regeneration in areas of social and economic deprivation, and in particular within the area of Glendale, Isle of Skye
The Trust Directors are unpaid volunteers and give their time, direction and advice for the benefit of the community. The Trust has a policy of openness and if you are interested to volunteer please get in touch.
The Glendale Trust is a charity run by volunteers and depends on donations to continue the work for the benefit of the community.
Become a Member
Full membership of the Trust is open to all those living in the area of Glendale and associate membership is available for any non residents. To become a member please fill in the application form here.