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The Menzies Charitable Trust

The Menzies Charitable Trust

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The Menzies Charitable Trust


Friends of Castle Menzies

The Menzies Charitable Trust holds and maintains Castle Menzies, its Walled Gardens and the Old Kirk of Weem, in Perthshire, Scotland.

Situated in magnificant Highland Perthshire, Castle Menzies is an important national monument, being a spectacular example of a Z-plan sixteenth century Scottish castle. Castle Menzies was the hereditary seat of the Chiefs of the Clan Menzies for over 400 years and continues to be the home of the Menzies Clan Society.

The entire castle is a museum, with every room and tower open to visitors, something that our visitors regularly praise. We welcome thousands of visitors from around the world each year.

The Menzies Charitable Trust receives no grants or funding from other bodies and is entirely reliant upon visitors and donations to remain functioning.  We very much welcome all donations. 

Any enquries relating to the Trust or the making of any donations should be directed to the Treasurer of the Menzies Charitable Trust via the email link on this page or by writing to Castle Menzies, clearly marking your envelope "For the attention of the Treasurer".

Friends of Castle Menzies is a donor scheme for those interested in regularly donating towards the work of the Trust in maintaining and restoring the Castle, its Walled Garden and the Old Kirk of Weem.  Further information on the Friends of Castle Menzies can be found on the Castle Menzies website.

Members of Friends of Castle Menzies should use this page for making donations and setting up monthly donations.

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Charity details

Registered address
Castle Menzies,Weem
Aberfeldy,Perthshire, UK
PH15 2JD

01887 820982

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