Local Volunteer Groups

(Click each title to find out more!)

FRIENDS OF MACROSTY PARK

Formed in 2003 and based in Crieff; the Friends of MacRosty Park Group have long been helping with the maintenance and evolution of the stunning MacRosty Park.MacRosty Bandstand

KINNOULL HILL WOODS GROUP

The Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Group was established in 2001. The Group represents a wide range of users of the Park, from horse riders to orienteering groups, to walkers and cyclists.

 LIVING LOMONDS PARTNERSHIP

Volunteering with the Living Lomonds Partnership presents great opportunities for both individuals and groups. So it’s all about you if you want to be an archaeologist for the day, plant a tree or lay a hedge, develop skills and experience for your CV, look after your local countryside, meet new people or just get active and have fun.

PERTH & KINROSS COUNTRYSIDE TRUST

Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT) is a registered environmental charity that provides, improves and promotes access to the countryside for walkers, cyclists, horseriders and canoeists.

PERTH & KINROSS RED SQUIRREL GROUP

Perth and Kinross Red Squirrel Group (PKRSG) is an independent not for profit organisation run by volunteers in their spare time. The purpose is quite simple – to protect and increase the red squirrel population right across the Perth and Kinross region.

SOUTH PERTH COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

South Perth Community Partnership provides support for groups and individuals in the South Perth area of Moncreiffe, Friarton, Craigie and South Inch to identify issues of concern, find local solutions and encourage more involvement within the local community.

TAKE PRIDE IN PERTHSHIRE

The Take a Pride in Perthshire Campaign is a unique body which brings together many communities in the Perth and Kinross area and unites them behind a single, common purpose: to make our towns and villages better and more attractive places to live in and to visit.

TAYSIDE AMPHIBIAN & REPTILES GROUP

Tayside Amphibian & Reptile Group (TayARG) helping amphibians and reptiles throughout Angus and Perth & Kinross. Recent surveys across Tayside show that large numbers of amphibians fall into and drown in roadside gullypot drains. We need to know where these locations are and need surveyors to help find them.

LOCAL PATH GROUPS

There is a growing network of paths groups across Perth & Kinross engaged in practical work to keep the paths in their own areas open.

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