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.
Our next reunion will be held at Edinburgh Zoo on Saturday 18th November 2023.
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St Kilda Club SCIO Update: July 2023
Following the approval of the resolutions to convert the St Kilda Club to a SCIO and to adopt the proposed new constitution at the 2022 AGM, the Board has been busy preparing the additional documentation required for the submission and the application to convert was sent to the Office of the Scottish Charities Regulator (OSCR) in early June.
We are pleased to announce that OSCR has approved our conversion from a charitable company to a SCIO and conversion will happen in July 2023. This is a seamless process. Please note that we will continue to own the Shop and its operation is unaffected by these changes.
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On 29th August 2020 the St Kilda Club hosted an online event to commemorate the evacuation of St Kilda in 1930. The event was in association with the National Trust for Scotland and was a celebration of St Kildan life and its legacy. There were a range of musicians...
Road Building To get vehicles and equipment to the radar station site, the squadron had to lay four miles of road up steep terrain from the base to the top of Mullach Sgar and Mullach Mor.A 60 foot bridge was built to allow equipment and materials to reach the site of...
LCT L4041 beached in the Village Bay Landing Craft Tank L4041 (RASCV/HMAV Abbeville) ran aground at Village Bay in St Kilda for three days in 1957. It was subsequently refloated. The following photos show the beached craft.Come back soon for Part 4...