A Perth and Kinross that values, embraces and enhances the economic, social and environmental benefits of its historic environment
PKHT COVID-19 Response
Following Government recommendations for social distancing to minimise the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, the Trust has put measures in place to reduce office working for staff until further notice.
Health and safety is of utmost importance and as a result we are not admitting anyone to Lower City Mills other than essential staff.
We are continuing to deliver our projects and services as far as the situation allows and ask that all enquiries be directed to staff via email as monitoring of telephone and mail correspondence is reduced.
General enquires can also still be made using the Contact Us page.
Staff Quick E-Mail Contacts
David Strachan (Director)
Sara Carruthers (Historic Buildings Development Manager)
Sophie Nicol (Historic Environment Manager)
Gavin Lindsay (Research and Engagement Officer)
Andie Harris (Lower City Mills Development Officer)
Susie Dibdin-Nevo (CARS Development Officer)
Ciarán Quigley (Skills Training and Outreach Officer)
Diane Crighton (Office Manager)
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-special historical overview & archive imagery
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