The Hebridean Trust was established in 1982 with the aim to support, stimulate and develop the economies of island communities, to restore and maintain buildings of outstanding architectural work, to protect and preserve the natural environment and to inform the general public about the Hebrides, its way of life, its Gaelic culture and its natural heritage.
Since then, about a quarter of a million people have enjoyed a Hebridean experience as we have restored buildings and developed housing, acquired and managed protected areas, provided facilities for disadvantaged young people to have subsidised holidays, created exhibitions and undertaken wildlife and archaeological surveys.
As a charity, the Trust relies entirely on the generosity of its volunteers and the financial support received from a wide range of statutory and private sources.
As a tourism and hospitality based business we’ve closely followed the Government advice, and just as we’re seeing other businesses around the world take a pause – we are too, which unfortunately means we’ve had to cancel accommodation bookings.
The Hynish Centre has a lot in store when we’re able to safely re-open: and shortly before the COIVID-19 outbreak the Hebridean Trust assigned new Trustees who have built a project team to give the Centre a boost of life. We’ll be using this time to solidify plans for the future, and wanted to share the positive outlook that lies ahead.
All of the accommodation will then also be available to re-book: and we’d love you to follow us on social media to keep up to speed facebook.com/hebrideantrust.org/.
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