Time not money as Glengoyne partners with Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust


Glengoyne Highland Single Malt is giving whisky fans the opportunity to get their hands on a bottle free of charge. The distillery builds on its reputation as Scotland’s slowest distilled whisky, and the free bottle can be redeemed by donating time – rather than paying with money.

Consumers are asked to pledge one volunteering day with the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) – Glengoyne’s long-standing charity partner – and those selected will carry out crucial wetland-sustaining activity at one of WWT’s UK sites.

As thanks for their carbon-capturing efforts, participants will receive a bottle of the Highland distiller’s new 15 Year Old Single Malt and a personal invite to visit Glengoyne for an in-depth tour.

The volunteering activity will help to maintain crucial wetlands sites across the UK, including coppicing trees, clearing vegetation, and removing invasive plant species to create a mosaic of biodiverse wetland habitats.


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