To create and manage a sustainable heritage attraction which enhances the lives of the local community and ensures that heritage is valued and understood.
We want to create and manage a sustainable heritage attraction which enhances the lives of the local community and ensures that heritage is valued and understood.
We are committed to being:
- inclusive and accessible, physically and intellectually
- environmentally friendly in our use of materials, suppliers, activities and transport
- supportive of the local economy wherever possible by attracting visitors, employing locally and procuring goods and services locally
- ethical in the way we provide services, employ staff and engage volunteers by using the Glasgow Living Wage as a minimum and implementing supportive people policies
- a transparent and accountable organisation
- a culture where Trustees, staff and volunteers feel valued and everyone has a voice.
The Trust is a partner in the Seven Lochs Wetland Park which includes Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council, NatureScot, Glenboig Development Trust, The Conservation Volunteers (Scotland), Forestry and Land Scotland, the R&A.