We are living through a remarkable moment in history and it is important that we keep a record for future generations. If you live in Glencoe or the surrounding area, please help us to document this time by completing the following questions. You can write as much or as little as you like, and can also send us files such as photographs, drawing, video clips or diary entries that you feel give a sense of life during lockdown.
Your responses will become a valuable part of Glencoe Folk Museum's COVID-19 collection. They will be preserved for future generations, and your words may be used for exhibitions purposes or online content, though you may remain anonymous if you wish.
Who are we?
Housed in two 18th century, heather-thatched croft cottages,Glencoe Folk Museum collects, preserves and shares an eclectic array of objects, photographs and documents celebrating local heritage and giving an insight into the area and its people. Spanning over 300 years of history, our collection includes Jacobite relics, domestic items, toys, military memorabilia, slate, medical equipment and much more.
You can find out more on our website, www.glencoemuseum.com, and through our social media pages, Facebook: @GlencoeFolkMuseum, Twitter: @Glencoe_Museum, and Instagram: @glencoefolkmuseum