Alexander Ross Bryan longmore Memorial lecture
We're hiring

Opportunities: Board Members

13 October, 2022

Inverness City Heritage Trust is seeking new volunteer members to serve on our Board of Trustees.

The Trust wants to recruit up to four committed and enthusiastic individuals to its board
to manage the adoption and delivery of a new strategy and forward plan. The plan will reflect
a changing heritage environment, and place increasing emphasis on the Net Zero agenda.

Trustees, who contribute their time and expertise on a voluntary basis, should have an active
interest in the historic built environment of Inverness. We want a lively and diverse board of
Trustees, and although no prior experience is necessary, we would be interested to hear
from individuals with skills and experience in:

  • PR and communications
  • Financial management
  • Technical knowledge of repair and conservation of buildings
  • Education and training with an emphasis on traditional building skills


For more information, please see the Trustee role description.

Closing date for applications – Friday 4 November 2022

All applications/ enquiries to be submitted by email to:
07818 520123


Doors Open Days 2022

25 August 2022

From bunkers to brochs, castles to courtrooms, mills to motorcars and just about everything in between there’s hopefully something for everyone to discover this year with Doors Open Days Highland. 

The Highland Doors Open Days programme for 2022 has been co-ordinated by Inverness City Heritage Trust and Baseline Research and takes place on four weekends during September.

To download the Doors Open Days Highlands and Islands leaflet click here.

New venues/last minute updates can be found on the full national programme website:

COP 26

COP 26

3 November, 2021

During the COP26 event in Glasgow this month, we are working with Highlands and Islands architects to highlight the effect that climate change is having on the historic built environment.  This short video at Glenfinnan shows how increased rainfall is threatening the stability of the monument that has stood at the site for over 200 years.

COP ‘Conversations’

COP ‘Conversations’

26 October, 2021

Over the past few months we have been working with Highlands and Islands Architects to deliver some projects and talks as part of COP ‘Conversations’ in the Highlands and Islands – for more information on how to get involved, please see our Outreach & Training page.


Funding and support for the events has come from: