Home

June 9th, 2010

Would you cycle on the roads out of Comrie?

Fill in our survey for a chance to WIN A BIKE!!!
(if you live in Comrie)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XB7QHDQ

Follow Claire's journey from nervous cyclist to confident road user

Follow Claire’s journey from nervous cyclist to confident road user over on Tumblr

 

Bike It Bus It teaser

click on the box above for more info…

 

 Trust Announce Bunker Sale

 

Sunday 6th July

Damsons, plums and a peach in glorious blossom! Pears and apples preparing to bloom too. Been removing tiny young aphids from apple blossom buds before they really get a hold. Also found a looper caterpillarComrie Community Orchard - LOGO on one of the trained apple trees. That was removed too. It’s a watching game! Sunday 4th May is the next Orchard Work Day. Let’s hope for a good day! We have some new special hazels to plant, pernicious weeds to keep under control on the insect bank, some more card and bark mulching to complete.  It’s not all work, though. Good company with a rare crack at lunch time and usually some goodies in addition to one’s pack lunch! If it’s wet, the shepherd’s hut comes into its own! Come and join us if you can, to lend a hand or to find out all about Comrie Community Orchard!

Accounts banner for website

 

  A community in Perthshire has come together to work towards achieving sustainable community owned resources for the benefit of local people. Comrie Development Trust, set up in 2006, is a charitable organisation of volunteers and funded staff who care passionately about Comrie. They are working hard on the many projects – the environmentally sustainable development of Cultybraggan (the ex POW camp now owned by the community) – the reduction of the community carbon footprint in the Comrie Carbon Challenge as well as the many other projects.

Proud to be a flagship project for

The Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund

Part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Rural Tayside LEADER 2007 -2013 Programme

Latest News