Are you a keen walker, runner, cyclist or horseback rider? Or are you someone who just loves the countryside around Crieff? Then we would love to hear from you!
In 2012, our consultation among residents and business owners in Crieff found that there was a strong demand for a safe, off-road footpath and cycle route between Crieff and Comrie. Following the publication of the Crieff Community Action Plan in February 2013, the Crieff Community Trust (CCT) is now exploring options for improving the designated Core Path between Crieff and Comrie.
The first section of this path runs from Mungall Park in Crieff to Trowan, and the second section runs from Trowan to Comrie along the former railway line. The path would join up with at least two national long-distance routes and has the potential to help attract visitors to the area.
The section of the path between Trowan and Comrie needs significant work to bring it up to a suitable standard for use by all. CCT would like to ensure that any improvements carried out to the path reflect the needs of local residents (in Crieff, Comrie and across Strathearn), visitors and land owners. Therefore, we would like to find out more about how people might use it. Please can you take five minutes to give us your views by taking part in our survey?
>>>>> Take part in the survey now. (Deadline for responses: 15 May) <<<<<
If you know of others who might like to take part in the survey, please forward them this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CorePathSurvey.
If you know of someone who might like to take part, but who doesn’t have access to the internet, you can download a paper copy of the questionnaire and pass it on to them. Information is included about how to submit completed paper questionnaires.
We are also keen to hear from visitors to the area. If you own a business that has contact with visitors, could you help by telling them about the survey? We would be happy to deliver some paper questionnaires to you. To request this, just email: firstname.lastname@example.org.