PKC Greenspace Rangers

PKC Greenspace Rangers are often found working with volunteers on the path networks and the popular sites which the Council promotes.

Their role is to increase the use of greenspaces and countryside sites by the people of Perth and Kinross and our many visitors; encouraging people to spend more time in greenspaces enjoying the mental and physical benefits that this brings. Our Greenspace Rangers also support and promote a variety of opportunities for community involvement in the management of these sites.

Contact your local Ranger on email greenspacerangers@pkc.gov.uk

Please note that, due to Covid19, the Rangers are currently working from home. The Rangers still undertake site & safety inspections and can offer guidance and advice, but are not leading on volunteer tasks until deemed safe to do so.

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Rachel Bower – Perth Greenspace Ranger

rbower@pkc.gov.uk

Rachel joined PKC in 2019.

Rachel works Tuesday-Friday based in Perth*

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Calum Bachell – Strathearn Greenspace Ranger

cbachell@pkc.gov.uk

Calum initially joined PKC in 2015 as a Graduate Trainee, he re-joined as a Ranger in 2018

Calum works full time based in Strathearn Community Campus*


Alistair Macleod – South Perth & Kinross-shire Greenspace Ranger

ajmacleod@pkc.gov.uk

Since Alistair joined PKC in 2017 he has the covered Perth, Carse of Gowrie and Eastern Areas

Alistair works full time based in Perth*

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Chris Martin – Eastern Greenspace Ranger

cmartin@pkc.gov.uk

Chris is the most recent addition to our team, joining PKC in 2020.

Chris is based in the Blairgowrie Roads Depot*


Jeannie Grant – Highland Greenspace Ranger

jgrant@pkc.gov.uk

Jeannie has been a Ranger with PKC since 2003, she is a well-known face in Highland Perthshire.

Jeannie works Tues-Fri based in Aberfeldy at the Community Campus*

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