July 20, 2018

Glendale Film

Delighted to pass on details of the Glendale entry to the FilmG community film competition. This mini documentary examines some of the interesting history of the area as well as detailing the recent Cemetery Wall project.

This video will hopefully be one of the exhibits in the proposed heritage center at Borrodale School building on the foundation work that has already taken place to record the rich history of Glendale and its people.

The video can be viewed and voted for by clicking here the quality of the video will depend on your internet connection however it can also be provided via a dropbox file in order that you can download and view in better quality.

If the video receives enough votes it will be nominated for an award at the ceremony in March which would be a fantastic way to thank those who worked so hard to create it. Please like and share on facebook or pass on the link to all those with connections to the area as a way of thanking all the people involved!

If you are interested in further developing the heritage project or are interested in creating another community entry for the competition please get in touch as the programme for 2015 has already started!

Glendale Trust – LDO Update

Please find all the latest news regarding the work of the Glendale Trust here – LD -Update 2015-Jan

Farmers Market Public Meeting

The results of the feasibility into the provision of a Farmers Market facility will be presented in the Glendale Hall on

 Wednesday 17th December 8pm

All welcome

Employment Opportunity

The Glendale Trust is seeking to employ an IT Project Coordinator / Tutor – Glendale Community IT Broadband Project

Full details of the post and application forms can be found on the Getting Involved and Jobs Page.

The job description can be can be found here also Job-Description-V3.0

The deadline for applications is the 5th December 2014





Farmers Market Consultation

Farmers Market Consultation:  The Glendale Trust are investigating whether it would be feasible to set up a farmers market to promote local produce to residents and visitors.  As part of this study they are gathering information from local producers, tourism businesses and local residents on their views of a potential market. As part of this a telephone survey of households will be carried out in the next few weeks.  Overall, the recommendations from the research are expected to be completed by mid December 2014.  If you have any thoughts or views on the potential farmers market, please forward them to Jean Hamilton who is leading on the study – jean.hamilton@jhltd.co.uk.”

Website Content Updated

The Trust website has now been updated please feel free to explore all the projects and work of the Trust. All feedback and suggestions are most welcome. Please send any comments to elgar.finlay@theglendaletrust.org

Glendale Bards Unveiling




Glendale Bard Memorial 4th October

There is an invitation to the Glendale Community Hall on Saturday 4th October at 11.45 for 12.00 to mark the unveiling of a memorial to the Glendale Bards, Donald (nan Òran) MacLeod and his sons Neil and John (Iain Dubh), and thereafter to also mark the publication of the new book, Bàird Ghleann Dail – The Glendale Bards containing a selection of their work, with translations. Full details of the program of events can be found here – Glendale Bard Memorial

New Website Coming Soon

The website is currently undergoing a period of maintenance this will be completed soon.

Thank-you for your patience.