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About becoming a member

Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society are looking for new members to become actively involved in the future development of the society.

If you have an interest in local heritage and want to be involved in the direction, governance and decision making of a local Ross-shire charity then why not get in touch. As a member of the society you would be joining a small dedicated, dynamic group of individuals. As a volunteer the role is both rewarding and satisfying providing opportunities for personal development and growth.

Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society have produced a multi-media account of contemporary and historical life in the thirty-six Communities of Ross and Cromarty. The material collected over 50 years takes the form of short profiles, ‘snapshots’ of the Folk, Place, Environment, Work, Societies, Recreations and Heritage of each Community, illustrated by photographs. Extended articles also form an important part of the work as information continues to be gathered from all 36 Communities.

This website has been designed by members of Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society with financial support from the Trustees of the Forbes Fund and the Dingwall Ward Common Good Fund. It provides links with many people who can trace their heritage back to the Ross and Cromarty area of Scotland, but may now be living in other parts of the world. New members are always welcome to join our volunteers, especially those prepared to offer support, time and expertise to further the work of the Society.

Listed below are just some of the ways you could help

Heritage Researchers to carry out original research into the People And Places In Ross And Cromarty Through Time.

Web editors are needed to add the content and photos gathered to the web site for the benefit of our many visitors.

The society also needs tasks involving it’s governance such as treasurer and secretarial roles.

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