A guided visit to the Reelig Glen, a popular local woodland walk, to discover some of its stories. Starting from the Reelig Glen car park at 10am on Saturday 1st October. Part of Highland Archaeology Festival 2022
If you’re interested in local built heritage then this guided visit to the 18th Century cruck cottage and the Wardlaw Mausoleum in Kirkhill is a must. It’s on Saturday 1st October at 1.30 – 4.00pm starting from Kirkhill Community Centre. Free for attendees but donations welcome. Part of the Highland Archaeology Festival 2022.
The Trust’s Active Travel Group and Sustrans undertook a survey of community views on the proposed new Inchmore shared use path during September 2021. Overall the response to the survey (https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/3dbacc4547374eaaa315ba33eac11c01) was very positive. We had 87 respondents and are aware that many more viewed the StoryMap. The respondents predominant age group appeared to be […]
Kirkhill Community Centre (KCC) are considering using the area of ground behind the MUGA to create a small orchard and perhaps a small number of raised beds. It’s early days in the project idea but the beds and orchard could be managed by local households and families and/or local community groups such as the scouts […]
Do you want to know what happens to any surplus food in the Kirkhill Community Cupboard? These are some of the imaginative ways the volunteers are using to keep food and waste out of landfill. The Kirkhill Community Cupboard is open daily to anyone to pick up essential supplies of food. It can provide for […]
Here’s where to get support, offer help and find out more about what’s happening in the Kirkhill and Bunchrew community during the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ll update the page as things develop. If you know of a service to add then please let us know through the comments below. During these extraordinary times we’re so lucky […]
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