People are the life blood of our Park. Park people and communities make the Park what it is by retaining and enhancing its special qualities. At the Partnership we want to help recognise all the hard work that goes on across the Park and to support that activity in practical ways.
Situated in the North East of the National Park are the communities of St Fillans and Lochearnhead. Both communities have been working together to develop the old Caledonian Railway path to provide a link between the two communities. The potential of the project was realised in 2013 after the St Fillans Paths Group had commissioned a survey of route, funded by Paths for All. The report identified that the first priority would be to rebuild the old railway bridge over the Glentarken Burn which prevented walking from Lochearnhead to St Fillans. Funding was secured from LEADER – Rural Tayside Programme,…Read more »
|Ardentinny||Ardentinny CAP 2015-2020|
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Sandbank Community Action Plan 2008 (PDF)
Strachur Community Action Plan 2008 (PDF)