Welcome to the St Kilda Club
The St Kilda Club was established over fifty years ago, to help conserve and protect the Islands of St Kilda, and raise public awareness of their outstanding beauty, animal and plant life, artefacts, archaeology and the buildings, culture and natural history.
The St Kilda Shop on the main island of Hirta helps us to fund a variety of projects through the National Trust of Scotland, in relation to the conservation of the islands, over recent years we have donated more than £50,000.
A Reunion of members is held annually, and a journal, the St Kilda Mail is published each year and distributed to over 800 members worldwide.
This year’s reunion will take place online via Zoom on Saturday 21st November 2020.
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Landing craft – the only way to travel! John and the rest of 5004 Airfield Squadron arrived on St Kilda on Landing Craft Tank (LCT) – the winds around the islands made flying in too risky.Travel on, and operation of, a Landing Craft Tank comes, however, with its own...
We are very privileged to be able to share the story of Senior Aircraftman (SAC) John Martin Abbott and his time on St Kilda. John’s family has shared some of his photos and experiences from that time and we will be serialising them on our blog for all to enjoy. John...
Lost But Not Forgotten is a short film about a man out of place in the modern world, struggling to hold on to memories of a home he lost long ago. Drawing from the incredible history of St Kilda, this short film serves as a...