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.

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SUSAN WHYTE – South Perthshire & Kinross Greenspace Ranger (1)


Susan joined PKC Community Greenspace in 2005, taking over the South Perthshire role in March 2016. Susan Works Mon-Thurs, based in Perth.

Coming from a farming background I can relate to issues in the Countryside and provide constructive advice.


JOANNA DICK – South Perthshire & Kinross Greenspace Ranger (2)


Joanna joined PKC Community Greenspace in November 2017.  Joanna works Tues-Fri, based in Perth.

I have always loved the outdoors and spending as much time as possible outside with a pack of black labs. Living in Orkney for 5 years cemented by love of nature, in particular seabirds. Now mammals and butterflies are my favourites and I enjoy telling people more about the creatures that live on our doorsteps


ALISTAIR MACLEOD – East Perthshire Greenspace Ranger

IMG_0562Based in Blairgowrie and working for PKC since 2017, Alistair works full time.

I am passionate about developing and maintaining the beautiful parks and open spaces of Perth”

 JEANNIE GRANT – Highland Greenspace RangerJeannieJeannie has been a Ranger with PKC since 2003. Working Tues-Fri based in Aberfeldy.

I take great pleasure in introducing people to our Community Greenspaces.”

ALAN DORMAN – Strathearn Greenspace Ranger 

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Alan is based in Crieff and has worked for PKC full time since 2016.

“I work in a fantastic rural area with people who are passionate about their towns and Greenspaces it’s fantastic that there are so many willing, enthusiastic people in the area.”