Crieff Community Trust has been awarded £1,500 from Paths for All to improve the local path network in and around Crieff.

CCT will use the funding to support the work of CCT’s volunteer paths group, who meet monthly to carry out repair work on local footpaths and cycle routes.  The grant will purchase fuel, strimmer cord and work gloves for volunteers.

In addition, the funding will be used to create a new welcome sign and install a bollard at the entrance to Lady Mary’s Walk and Acorn Dell, at Turretbank Road.

CCT are delighted to have received this grant from Paths for All which will allow us to continue with the improvements we have begun on the first section of Lady Mary’s Walk in Acorn Dell.  A new sign will be placed near the entrance to the path, welcoming local people and visitors to this beautiful walk.  It will also let everyone know that the land on the west side of the Turret Burn is community-owned.

We are also pleased to be able to help support our local volunteer paths group.  This group of committed individuals, co-ordinated by Alex McLeod, meet once a month to do repairs on paths in and around Crieff, Comrie and Muthill.

Information about Paths for All

Paths for All is a charity and is the champion of everyday walking in Scotland.  The aim of Paths for All is to significantly increase the number of people who choose to walk in Scotland – whether that’s leisure walking or active-choice walking to work, school or shops. Paths for All wants to create a happier, healthier Scotland, where increased physical activity improves quality of life and wellbeing for all.

Paths for All works to create more opportunities and better environments not just for walking, but also for cycling and other activities, to help make Scotland a more active, more prosperous, greener country.

Paths for All is supported by the Scottish Government to promote physical activity and walking for health in Scotland.  Read more at: www.pathsforall.org.uk