The Heritage Trust of the idyllic Isle of Gigha is in the process of constructing a camp and motorhome site and are looking for someone to ‘manage and establish the new business’.

The seven miles long Isle of Gigha has plenty of beautiful natural sights to enjoy, including sandy beaches, breathtaking sea views and a wide variety of wildlife. Some of these have been showcased on TV recently, with hit show Murder Island filmed on what is the most southerly of the Hebridean Islands. 

The site will open next spring, and is to have 15 tent pitches and 10 motorhome hook-ups – six of which will have electrical connection.

There will also be a facilities building, fitted with a toilet and showers, as well as an outdoor undercover wash up, a cooking area and a chemical waste disposal point.

At the moment, the Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust is looking for registers of interest, which will be accepted up until 29th October for the salaried role which also has a commission share.

After this, those who have sent over the initial form will receive the full job description, as well as more information about the role.

If you want to register your interest, email [email protected] or telephone 01583 505390.

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