The Kinloch Rannoch Community are showed their enthusiasm for a new accessible path along the riverside over a meeting in the village hall.
The Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT), Rannoch Paths & Open Spaces Group (RPOSG) and Cycling Scotland’s Transport Planning & Engineering Limited (TP&E) are working together to pull it all together.
Annie Benson of RPOSG said: “It was fantastic to see so many faces at the open event in Rannoch last week. It was good to be able to engage with the community to discuss the plans and gain further support for the project. The project aims to provide greater accessibility to the village’s much-loved Riverside path. Thank you everyone who came along!”
Now the ambition is to build a path which will make Kinloch Rannoch a more accessible destination and give locals a space which connect the community up.
As part of that, they are looking to widen the path, smooth it out and allow for cyclists and pedestrians to share the space.
You can find information about the Rannoch Riverside All Abilities Path Project in the project’s e-newsletter, on social media and on www.ourrannoch.co.uk and https://www.pkct.org/Pages/Category/rannoch-riverside-all-abilities-path-project