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Projects we’re supporting

We support our National Park communities to develop and deliver projects that benefit local people.

Here are some of the community-led projects we’re supporting:

Historic Kilmun

Posted in Community projects

The Argyll Mausoleum was a traditional burial place for the Earls and Dukes of Argyll (Chiefs of the Clan Campbell) from the 14th Century until 1949 and holds a place of pride within the community.

Hogback Stone – Luss

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Luss Heritage Group and Luss and Arden Community Development Trust have been leading a project to restore a beautiful Hogback Stone found in the graveyard of Luss Parish Church.

Strathard: A Landscape to Live Work and Play

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A gem in the Trossachs Strathard is located within the spectacular scenery of the Trossachs and takes in the communities of Aberfoyle, Kinlochard, Inversnaid and Stronachlachar. As well as a breathtaking backdrop of mountains and ancient woodlands, other natural treasures…

Paths in the Park

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In 2011, communities in the Park identified through their Community Action Plans the desire to develop local paths. As these aspirations also met our National Park aims, a framework was developed in 2012 called Paths in the Park.

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