Get Involved

Some of our lovely volunteers

Membership

Ullapool Museum Trust is a charitable organisation created to collect, preserve and protect the history and heritage of the parish of Lochbroom. Our aim is to use our collections in dynamic and creative ways for the inspiration, learning and enjoyment of our visitors. Become a member of the trust to help us to achieve this. Annual membership, which runs from 1 April to 31 March, is just £10, and life membership is £75. 

You can pay by standing order, by post, or at the museum reception. Membership entitles you to free access to the museum during your period of membership, voting rights at our AGM and to receive newsletters. If you would like to receive AGM papers, newsletters etc by email, please let us have your email address. Of course we will not give this information to anyone else..

For more information : Download the Membership Application Form

Volunteering

We have a whole range of opportunities for volunteers – occasional, regular, up-front, behind the scenes, remote, local, practical, creative, innovative …Why not join our group of volunteers? Full training will be given where needed eg. at the museum reception. In other areas we welcome input from all fields be it photography, exhibition design, local history, marketing or any relevant skill set. If you think you can help us in any way then please feel free to come in by for a chat.

For more information : Download the Volunteer Application Form

Fundraising

Our income from visitors, membership, shop sales etc covers only a fraction of our every day running costs. Raising additional funds is a constant necessity. We have a dedicated group of fundraiser volunteers who organise sales, lunches, raffles and a whole lot more. One of our popular events is an annual display of vintage machinery. We really welcome new ideas and need help with lifting and shifting, baking and making etc

Could you help us? You will be very welcome as an occasional helper or as a member of our fundraising committee. Contact the museum for more information.