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DO YOU have an interest in St Peter's Seminary at Cardross?

Whether you are a landscape enthusiast, a young person with a passion for the arts, or a member of the local community, NVA Glasgow would like to hear your thoughts, ideas and opinions.

They are looking for members to join three advisory groups to lead conversations about the future of St Peter's.

If you would like to apply, please sign up for a volunteering account at volunteer.nva.org.uk and complete the short application form.

Landscape Forum

St Peter's sits within a stunning historic woodland, which has deteriorated over many years of neglect.

The woodland is home to some significant points of interest, including a walled garden, swan pond, tennis courts and two burns with original Victorian bridges.

If you live in or near to Cardross and have a strong interest in the surrounding landscape, be part of the conversation and help to shape the future of Kilmahew woods by joining the Landscape Forum.

Young Ambassadors

NVA are looking for interested young people, aged 16-25 and local to the Helensburgh and Lomond or West Dunbartonshire areas, to become Young Ambassadors for St Peter's.

St Peter's Seminary and the surrounding woodland will become a cultural hub and they need your help to shape the activity and events that will happen there.

What would you like to see? What would you like to take part in? What projects can you lead? Join with other Young Ambassadors to influence what St Peter's has to offer young people.

Community Network

If you live in or near to Cardross and have an interest in St Peter's Seminary, they would like to hear your thoughts and ideas about the future of this remarkable place.

Join the St Peter's Community Network and be part of the conversation.


Last Updated ( Thursday, 08 June 2017 13:49 )  

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Wednesday October 31 — AGM; then David Clark: How Helensburgh ended the Great War

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Wednesday January 30 — Trust members: brief talks on images of the past

Wednesday February 27 — Robert Ryan: Loch Lomond islands by canoe

Wednesday March 27 — Jon Reid: The Royal Northern Story

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