P1040807CCT is very involved in the development and improvement of the footpath and cycle track network around Crieff.  While some of this work involves significant fund raising and engineering works, there’s also a lot that can be done with a wheelbarrow and spade — and the help of volunteers.

There is a very active group involved in carrying out repairs on existing paths in Crieff and neighbouring areas.  This group — which includes people from Crieff, Comrie and Muthill and is supported by the Perth & Kinross Council Community Greenspace Team — meets regularly to clear overgrown vegetation, improve drainage and repair the surface of local paths.

Come along and join a work party!  This is a terrific way to get involved in a very practical way in helping the work of CCT.  It’s also great exercise, very satisfying and a lot of fun!

Upcoming work party dates

From 2016, the Crieff Paths Group will meet routinely on the last Saturday of the month.  Upcoming work parties will be held on:

  • November 28: Deil’s Cauldron Path, Comrie

Who to contact for more information

Richard Armstrong:  richardarmstrong15283@gmail.com

Past work party dates

  • 26 August 2017: Torlum Walk (between Torlum Wood and Auchingarrich)
  • 27 July 2017: Muthill circular walk
  • 28 November 2016: Deil’s Cauldron Path, Comrie
  • 29 October 2016: Near Auchingarrich
  • 27 August 2016: Kincardine Way
  • 16 July 2016: Comrie Millennium Path
  • 28 May 2016: Path between Comrie Croft and Comrie (near the western boundary of Comrie Croft)
  • 30 April 2016: Comrie Millennium Path
  • 27 February 2016: Acorn Dell clear up
  • 3 September 2015: Bennybeg
  • 28 February 2015:  Maam Road
  • 15 November 2014: Installation of stiles at fences on Core Path MUTH/109/4 in the fields above Crieff Visitor Centre (Knock Mary)
  • 27 September 2014:  Comrie Woods, Comrie
  • 20 August 2014 (evening meeting): Path clearing at Bennybeg
  • 19 May 2014:  Maam Road (between Monument Road and the old golf course area)
  • 25 March 2014:  Melville Monument path, Comrie
  • 1 March 2014: Lady Mary’s Walk to Trowan