Army Museums Ogilby Trust
This organisation was founded by the late Colonel Robert Ogilby DSO Queens Own Cameron Highlanders in 1954 and since then has and continues to look after the collective interest of 136 museums in the UK. They are a very powerful voice linking army museums to the MOD.
This museum has a superb display dedicated to the 4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. They also have a number of items on loan from us.
Cabar Feidh Web Site
Cabarfeidh.com is the website for ex Queen’s Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) and their families. It also represents Seaforth Highlanders ,Cameron Highlanders, The Highlanders and 4 SCOTS. It also the official website for the Queen’s Own Highlanders Association and all of the branches.
The website has many functions, for example:
• Shows old and new photos on the Photo/Poem page.
• Has an informative guest book where visitors can leave messages looking for an old comrade or just to leave a message on the site.
• An Obituaries page
• Latest news and upcoming functions.
Museum Galleries Scotland
Museum Galleries Scotland is the National Development Body for the museum sector in Scotland. The role is to work collaboratively to invest in and develop a sustainable museum and galleries sector for Scotland, in line with the aims of Going Further: The National Strategy for Scotland’s Museums and Galleries.
Historic Scotland is the custodians of Fort George and in partnership with The Highlanders’ Museum (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection) promote and market the Fort and Museum.
National Army Museum
The National Army Museum is located in Chelsea, London and link in to all army museums in the UK. The current Liaison Officer to the museum is Julian Farrance.
Association of Scottish Military Museums
The association of Scottish Military Museums is a support and advice network , open to all Scottish Regimental Museums that are Accredited with the Museum Accreditation Scheme. The following are members as well as our musuem: