Welcome to the Bannockburn House Trust Website
This website has been set up to inform the community to the progress of the community buyout of Bannockburn House.
Invitation to Local People to the Archaeological Dig
If you are a local resident and would like to participate in this investigation, please email [email protected] or message our Facebook page as soon as possible, letting us know if you would like to take part on Saturday 4 or Sunday 5 August.
Please also let us have a note of your postcode and an email that we can contact you on. We will be giving preference to those who live in the Bannockburn and Hillpark community. If we have more names than the limited places available.
Bannockburn House Update
Bannockburn House is now legally transferred into public ownership. A fantastic achievement by all our volunteers, and every single person who has shown an interest in and visited the house for the last two and a half years.
If you would like to get involved or visit the house please check out our Events Page for any upcoming events that you might be interested in.
Bannockburn House Trust has been formally constituted and has over 200 members, they meet once a week to move forward the project. Download the Bannockburn House Trust SCIO Constitution.
If you would like to become a member of the Bannockburn House Trust then download the following form, complete with all relevant details and post back to the address stated.
We are being assisted in our bid by Catherine Gillies and Robin Patel from Ergadia Museums and Heritage and from Annie Tunnicliffe from Luing Consultancy Ltd.
In the meantime why not sit back and watch a video of our documentary “The Million Pound Mission” to find out more about the house:
You will also find the hugely successful open weekend video on YouTube.
Bannockburn House Trust is registered with OSCR: Charity Number: SC047081