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THIS WEBLOG page will allow you to follow the progress of saving Castle Cluggy. We like to keep things fresh, so here is what has been going on recently.

05 May 2022CASTLE CLUGGY WHISKY

WE ARE PLEASED to announce that 58 cases of the Glenturret Castle Cluggy Single Malt Scotch Whisky have been sold, so we are over half way and are looking to kick on to the 100 as quickly as we can. This special limited bottling has been produced to raise funds for the preservation of the castle. It showcases the harmony of the Glenturret spirit and sherry cask maturation and is available from Robert Graham Limited:

https://www.robertgraham1874.com/item/8369/Glenturret/Glenturret-Castle-Cluggy.html

28 April 2022ELECTION TO FELLOWSHIP OF SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES

CONGRATULATIONS to the chairman who has been elected to the Fellowship of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The Society has been actively supporting the study and enjoyment of Scotland’s past since 1780. It is the oldest antiquarian society in Scotland with a long and distinguished history. The Society plays an important role in promoting and supporting the cultural heritage of Scotland, providing a forum for research, education and consultation on matters of heritage and the Scottish past. The chairman said: "I am honoured to become a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and look forward to continuing to promote the understanding and conservation of Scotland’s unique heritage".

28 February 2022RHODODENDRON CLEARANCE

HEAVILY CUTTING back some of the invasive and non-native rhododendrons has certainly facilitated better access and created some clearer views towards the Castle.

21 February 2022PATH INACCESSIBLE DUE TO STORM DAMAGE

CASTLE CLUGGY conservation charity is warning visitors that there is no access to the path which is partially blocked by fallen and leaning trees damaged during three named storms which arrived in quick succession in the space of a week and brought damaging winds. Trustees are working to get the area clear as quickly as possible.

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