About Us

The Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre was created and run by the Strathleven Artizans, a group of volunteers

The Artizans aim is to promote tourism, employment and that the Heritage Centre acts as a bridge between those with a good knowledge of the Bruce, his life and times, and those seeking enlightenment on the subject of King Robert, in residence at Renton.

The Volunteers

There will always be someone from our helpful volunteers who will take the time to show you around or discuss with you the history of the local area and the connection with Robert the Bruce King of Scots.

Our staff are from all walks of life and are individually talented in their own special way, giving a special attribute in running the centre.

We all work together in making the centre a success, be it taking part in dressing up for school visits, creating costumes and accessories, or designing and decorating the centre itself with our colourful ideas and suggestions.

We also have the responsibility of the upkeep, maintenance and safety of the centre, which is very important in the running of the RTBHC.

If you think you have something to give to the centre and would like to be a volunteer then please don't hesitate in coming forward and introducing yourself, we'd love to meet you, we're sure you'll find the experience a rewarding one.

Photo Albums

Here at the heritage centre we like to keep a photgraphic history of our events, please have a look.

The Strathleven Artizans 700th Anniversary of Bannockburn Sword

Paul Shergold's Declaration of Independance