News & Events

Paths in the Park

The Paths in the Park project aims to support community groups in the National Park to progress their community path networks. Community Support The Community Partnership works closely with the National Park Authority to provide information, training and guidance to enable paths groups develop community paths and identify methods to… Read more »

Arrochar – Young People

Arrochar – Young People
The Arrochar Youth (Youth Organisation Understanding Teenage Health) is a joint venture between NHS Highlands and Argyll and Bute Council. It supports teenagers in the local area by offering various activities and health education on all aspect of wellbeing. It a confidential service and teenagers have access to a health… Read more »

Cowal – Heritage

Historic Kilmun
Historic Kilmun is the home of Argyll Mausoleum – final resting place of one of Scotland’s most powerful and infamous families; the chiefs of the Clan Campbell. From Sir Duncan in 1453 to Niall Diarmid in 1949, the Campbell chieftains were laid to rest on the green brae of Kilmun,… Read more »

Croftamie – Public Transport

Croftamie - Weekly Mini Bus
Lack of Public transport is a major concern for some of our more rural communities.  Croftamie sits just a few miles from Drymen but with a high percentage of elderly residents without access to their own personal transport and limited public transport available, the community came up with an innovative… Read more »

Callander – Renewable Energy

Callander Hydro Scheme - stank burn
There is no denying that it rains a lot here in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, but that can also be a great thing! The Callander Community Hydro Ltd (CCHL) saw early on the potential to turn rain into something more valuable for its community. This scheme… Read more »