Crieff Community Trust was established in 2013 as a group of volunteers working together to bring about improvements in the physical, economic and social environment of Crieff.  We work in partnership with other community groups, local and national government and other organisations on a number of projects identified through consulting our community on a continual basis.


Latest news and events from Crieff Community Trust

Notice of virtual AGM – 18.30 Thursday 20 August

The Annual General Meeting of Crieff Community Trust will be held at 18.30 on Thursday 20 August. Due to current restrictions on indoor gatherings the meeting will be held online, in line with guidance from the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) about business continuity during the Covid-19 pandemic.  We would like to encourage all our members…

Project Coordinator – 6 month funded role for 1-2 days a week to deliver updated Crieff Community Action Plan

Crieff has really come together as a community over the past few months and, as we come out of lockdown, we want to harness this community spirit. The first Crieff Community Action Plan 2013-2018 is due to be refreshed. We began work on it pre-lockdown and now want to update it in the light of…

Drummond Arms Regeneration Update

The future of the iconic building that was once the Drummond Arms Hotel in Crieff could play an integral role in the resurgence of the town itself as a hub for the local and national arts and crafts sector. There is growing support for the building development to include creative and collective workshop spaces, providing…

Drummond Days Exhibition Postponed Until Further Notice

Unfortunately, the photo exhibition showcasing the Drummond Arms in its glory days and giving a snapshot of the current state of the building will not go ahead at the end of the month.   We would like to offer a big thank you to those who have contributed to the exhibition so far and we look…

Crieff Paths Group’s latest tasks

Why not come and help look after some of Crieff’s best loved paths! Our Paths Group have another four paths maintenance tasks lined up for the coming weeks. All are welcome. If you would like to join us, please contact our Greenspace Ranger, Calum, so we know how many people to expect; cbachell@pkc.gov.uk.  Please dress according…

Remembering the Drummond Days

Crieff Community Trust and the Drummond Arms Regeneration Limited would like to celebrate the many important events in the town’s history and memorable family occasions which occurred in the Drummond Arms over the years. To record these memories, we will be hosting an exhibition throughout March (details to follow) which will showcase the building in…

New Year update on regeneration of the Drummond Arms

Happy 2020 from Crieff Community Trust! We look forward to the 2020s being the decade when we really start to see progress on Crieff town-centre regeneration. We made a great start in 2019, securing ownership in October of the former Drummond Arms Hotel. A trading subsidiary company, Drummond Arms Regeneration Limited (DARL), was set up…

Turretbank Wood Tree Maintenance January 2020

On Monday 20th January 2020 tree maintenance operations will begin in Turretbank Wood. TD Tree & Land Services will carry out the work on behalf of Crieff Community Trust. Work will include; Pruning dead branches and removal of deadwood Removal of fallen and dead trees Removal of ivy Management of Hawthorn and Blackthorn If you…

Lady Mary’s Walk Path Maintenance Day

Come and help look after one of Crieff’s best loved paths! 10.30am, Saturday 25th January Meet at the Sands on Lady Mary’s Walk. We will be clearing drainage channels alongside the path, raking leaves off the path and cutting back overgrown vegetation to keep the path clear. Please dress according to the weather and bring…

Thanks to our Paths Group volunteers!

A huge thank you to our fantastic Paths Group volunteers and Calum the Greenspace Ranger who were out looking after the paths in Turretbank Wood recently. There’s a wee description of what they got up to and some nice pictures in this blog. If you are interested in helping to look after our community woodland…