Blairmore Open Day, Saturday 1st July 2023

This open day is for everyone! We want to show you the beauty of Blairmore and share with you a bit about the work we do here.

As we open our doors wide this is the perfect opportunity to come and have a look and learn more about Blairmore House, the special home of Ellel Ministries Scotland. Feel free to bring family & friends!

We’ll organise guided tours and let you have a look around the place and enjoy the premises which include not only a beautifully restored 19C building but also woodlands, a walled garden and grass lawns.

Our book and gift shop will be open, we’ll organise some lawn games, and there will be free teas, coffees and cakes to boot!

We will also give away some of our spare furniture and other unused items- feel free to have a browse and see if there’s anything there for you. Choice of mattresses, chairs, side tables and much more. Everything will be free but donations are of course always welcome.

The open day will run from 11AM – 4 PM and you can come and stay as long or short as you like. Feel free to bring your own packed lunch if you want to! 

No booking is required for this event. We hope to see you there!

3 thoughts on “Blairmore Open Day, Saturday 1st July 2023

  1. Andrew Geddes

    Is there any video to be made of the Blairmore open day? I (and some of my family) would love to be there but as we live in Australia it won’t happen this time.

    My great great grandfather built Blairmore House.

    Andrew Geddes

    1. secretary glasscommunityassociation Post author

      Hello Andrew
      the best person to speak to is Peter at Blairmore as this is their open day, not something the Glass Community run. If you like I can pass your message to Peter and I am sure he will respond. Please let me know if it’s ok to share your message and email address.
      Thank you
      Secretary of the GCA

      1. Andrew Geddes

        Hello Cheryl,
        My apologies for such a late response. Of course, the open day has come and gone!
        I would like to make contact with Peter so I am very happy for you to forward my email address to him. I have some of the Blairmore House history but maybe there is more avalilable at Blairmore House?

        Thanks for your response.

        Andrew Geddes

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