was awarded to
Loch Tayside Community Interest Company

Wednesday 1 June 2016

Big Lottery Fund

This group will use the funding to employ a project manager and engage a consultant to carry out a community consultation and feasibility study for a 22-mile path along the northern side of Loch Tay. This path will link the settlements of Kenomre, Fearnan, Lawers and Killin. The aim of the path is to create a safe off-road multi-use route for walkers, cyclist and horse-riders, providing safe routes for these activities for people of all ages and abilities, and to encourage active travel.

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Local Authority:

Perth and Kinross



UK Constituency:

Perth and North Perthshire

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