The Scottish Fisheries Museum have recently used us to revamp their shop. Here you can view some photos of the new store layout and see some of our products in action! We also spoke to them about the Museum, it’s history and their experience with us.
The Museum first opened on the 4th of July 1969, its aim, to preserve the material evidence of a declining Scottish Fishing industry. Over the years the Museum has expanded to include a number of adjacent 18th and 19th century properties, all associated with fisher families. The Museum is an independent charitable trust. There is a Board of Trustees who are responsible for all policy decisions and general management of the Museum. Full and part time staff manage the day to day running of the museum and since the early days we have relied upon the generosity of people who have been willing to give up their time to help with the running of the museum as Volunteers.
It has grown in size since its early days but this is the first time we have really refurbished the front of house.
Yes, lots. The East Neuk of Fife is a popular tourist destination.
As a charity we have always had financial challenges to overcome to to develop the museum to what it is now.
Our 40th Anniversary and soon it will be our 50th!
The freestanding Heritage range has been perfect for us with its rustic appearance and the flexibility it offers in layout choices- along with the Slatwall which we are using to display goods.
This is the first time and we are very happy with the great service and communication when dealing with the Glasgow branch (particularly Chris who has been really helpful) – also great value for money particularly when on a tight budget!