COVID Update May 2020

Following government recommendations and guidance, we are keeping the Almonry building closed to visitors and members of the public. Please keep checking on our website and social media pages for updates about our re-opening. Staff at the Almonry Tourist Information Centre are checking emails and answerphone messages regularly. Should you need any information, please get in touch with us via email or telephone.

Leave us an email or an answerphone message with your Name, Address, and the information you require, and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible, if we can help. We can send out some leaflets, free local/town maps etc. via Royal Mail. We will aim to send post within 5 working days.

Please note we are not able to return phone-calls at this time as our staff are not always in the office.

We would like to wish all our visitors the very best and we look forward to seeing you again soon. Stay safe!

Almonry Statement

Following recent newspaper articles we would like to reassure all our visitors, supporters and local residents that the Almonry Museum is not closing and the Almonry building is not under threat.  The return to VEHS of their collection is part of a wider process to ensure that the collections and the museum are maintained and developed to current best practice standards in line with museum ethics.  There is an urgent need to carry out repair works on the fabric of the building before embarking on a full programme of restoration for which we will be approaching different funding bodies.

If you have any questions or concerns about objects in the collection that you or family member may have donated or loaned then please contact the Almonry Manager Ashleigh Jayes on 01386 446944 or via email

For any other questions please contact the Town Clerk 01386 565700 or via email