Cultybraggan Camp Closed
Due to COVID-19 Cultybraggan Camp is closed to unauthorised visitors. Thank you to all of our visitors who have supported us and we hope to welcome you back next Spring. An opening date will be announced on this website nearer the time.
Comrie Development Trust is an independent local organisation which is community owned, led and managed. It has interests in a wide range of social, economic, environmental and cultural issues. As well as being actively involved in partnerships with the public, private and voluntary sectors, it aims to increase self-sufficiency by generating income through enterprise and the management of community assets.
2021 is the 10th anniversary of the establishment of a significant new orchard of some 200 fruit trees at Cultybraggan Camp in Upper Strathearn. This months update features the early days…
CDT’s working groups have been able to keep working and make progress with activities despite the disruptions during 2020. At the Comrie Community Orchard, work continued throughout the year and …
The Future of Cultybraggan Camp – Your Views Comrie Development Trust (CDT) has commissioned a team of consultants to review and assess its activities and projects at Cultybraggan Camp, and …
With lockdown easing in some respects and the urgency to provide support to the tenants at Cultybraggan Camp and local community groups also changing, the Board of Comrie Development Trust …
The Steinmeyer Legacy Fund Committee has now launched a scheme for Comrie groups and organisations to apply for grants to fund developments and improvements for older people in the village.
Details are available of the eligibility criteria, which need to be met, and an application form, which needs to be completed and returned to the committee for a decision.
Read about the The Legacy Committee
CDT Board calls for Volunteer Assistance
CDT needs to find additional volunteers for the CDT Board, its working groups, and volunteers to support the Trust’s work. The Board and current volunteers are very stretched, and extra voluntary assistance is needed.
If you have an interest in the work of the Trust, and you are able to contribute some time on a voluntary basis to that work, you are requested to: Consider the opportunities set out on volunteer page on this website, and complete the expression of interest form, including your contact details – CDT-Volunteer-Offers (Opens on a new page)
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.