Our ‘First Sunday of the Month Guided Heritage Tours’ start at Cultybraggan Camp, just outside of Comrie on Sunday 7th May, from 11am til 4pm with last tour at 3pm.
Our target group will be teenagers and young people, but we will happily accept everything that is offered because we can find a good use for it all.
Steinmeyer Legacy – Consultation Progress
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Heritage Lottery Announce Funding
The Heritage Lottery Fund has announced a substantial award which will enable the Comrie Development Trust to proceed with a great new project – the repair and refurbishment of 11 Nissen huts to create a self catering development at the community owned land at Cultybraggan Camp, the former POW and army training base by Comrie.
The development will safeguard the future of 11 B listed properties to provide a unique visitor experience in a stunningly beautiful Perthshire location. The project will deliver an economic and employment boost to the area during construction and refocus the Trust’s efforts to create financially sustainable resource from the buildings that have played such large part in the history of the village.
Other agencies, Historic Environment Scotland, and our own Community Benefit Society, the Comrie Heritage Self Catering Society, all contributed to the final total fund of £800,000.
There is more that one way to volunteer
We are looking for assistance with the following:
- Holiday Relief – office administration
- Reception – answering email, phone, mail
- Assistance with events
- Publicity and marketing
We need these skills:
- People with local knowledge
- Positive outlook, working together or independently
- Office experience – desirable but not essential
- Skills in Social Media
CDT relies on volunteers for all aspects of its operations.
at Hut 3 and 4 at Cultybraggan.
and leave your Name and Phone Number
Contact 01764 670769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When communities purchase the land on which their people live and work, they are freed to reinvigorate their areas and improve the prospects of future generations.