All about us...
In a changing world it is reassuring that there are landmarks in our lives that alter little over time and can be the memories of future generations as well. The original Belleisle Conservatory was built in 1879 and replaced in 1955. In 2005, due to its poor structural condition the conservatory closed its doors. In 2010, an ambitious community group set up Belleisle Conservatory Ltd to transform a much loved but derelict B-listed conservatory back to its former glory. This group of volunteers applied for - and received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore the conservatory. The group also secured a 25 year lease from South Ayrshire Council.
In July 2016 the restored conservatory once again opened its doors to the public.
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Core Values of
Belleisle Conservatory Limited
Belleisle Conservatory Limited bases its work on a group of VALUES by which we mean: ideas and beliefs which we share and which we think are important, relevant and beneficial to our work in the conservatory.
Our most important values are as follows:
We also attach importance to the values:
All of these values will be at the foundation of our future business plans and activities.
“Beautiful place, so glad it was
restored for us and future
“It’s looking lovely”
“Beautiful, well done”
“Gorgeous colour, so lovely”
“Thanks to all those hard working
volunteers who keep this attraction
“Love volunteering here, such a
great place and family friendly’
”The help and service I
received to have a
bench at the
memory of my mum and
dad was outstanding”
BECOMING A MEMBER...
“Its great to be able to
“We’re members so we can
give something back”
THE BEES ...
“I found the queen’’
“They go outside’’
“And they help the planet”
“Great news, as one of your meet and greet
volunteers I am delighted”
“Well done on your successful funding application”
“Well done to all involved”
“Fabulous news and so deserving”
“Well done to all concerned”
“ Amazing and well done”
Scottish Charity No. SC042074
"Restoring and Preserving the Future of one of Scotland's Most Iconic Landmarks"
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