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We are awaiting a funding decision which will help us to cover 56% of costs. 

The MacDougall Clan Society of North America and our own Save the Stones fund-raising has raised £27,246.  

We need to raise £72,245 to complete our funding package and the whole Dunollie...

On November the 18th, stonemason Gary Simpson and his team from Heritage Consolidation Ltd arrived at Dunollie and spent two days measuring up for all the re-enforcement bars for windows, doors or pinning unstable stonework.

These will be made from phosphor bronze whic...

Duncan was the 16th chief of the Clan MacDougall. He was a wealthy man and cared what people thought of him. His vanity was demonstrated through his actions.  Not only did he have the Brooch of Lorn set as a splendid and extravagant piece, but he commissioned a sculptu...

We are delighted that work has now started on phase III of the Dunollie Castle conservation project which has been made possible by our Save the Stones campaign.

Thank you to all of you who have supported so far. 

Throughout this exciting phase of works repairing the fi...

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About Dunollie

Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds is run by the MacDougall of Dunollie Preservation Trust (Charity No. SC028091).

Vat No. 932 1135 61


Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds


PA34 5TT

01631 570550



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