Entries by Douglas Locke

”Upper Cormonachan Paths Project Fund”

A Funding Appeal ”Upper Cormonachan Paths Project Fund” For the Conservation of Upper Cormonachan, the old village and access to view the beautiful Cormonachan Waterfalls with 2 km of new access paths with four viewpoints from the Contemplation Shelter by the existing 2.5 km of paths and joining up with the forest road to the […]

Invasive Non Native Plant Awareness Day

Monday 2nd September 2019 Three Villages Hall, Arrochar, G83 7AB Free event run by Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Woodland Trust & Argyll Small Woods Cooperative. What are invasive non-native plants? How do you control them? What support is available? A day of presentations, discussions and field visits between 9.30 am and 4 pm […]

Carrick Fayre – Sunday afternoon 14th July 2019

The Cormonachan Woodlands Association had its marquee at the Carrick Fayre on Carrick Castle green that was run by Douglas Locke, Secretary and Dennis Bolt, Membership Secretary. The weather was perfect for the event and it was very well attended and obviously enjoyed by all. Eight new members joined the Association on the day, bringing […]

Carrick Fayre & Loch Goil Gala Day

Come and visit our marquee at the Carrick Fayre, Carrick Castle on Sunday 14th July 2019 from 1 pm to 4 pm and also at the Loch Goil Gala Day on Saturday 3rd August 2019 from 12 noon to 3.30 pm in Lochgoilhead. Find out more at the 58.9 ha of Atlantic oak and hazel […]

Cormonachan Woodlands Mugs are available again for sale

Cormonachan Woodlands Mugs are now available again from the Secretary of the Cormonachan Woodlands Association at a cost of £7.50 each including boxed packaging – if postage is required for delivery, the postage cost is £2.95 each extra. For contact details, see the bottom of our website pages. Two sides of the mug are shown […]

Upper Cormonachan Paths Project Fund Update

The Wee Goil – February 2019 The Cormonachan Woodlands Association is looking for donations towards this large “Upper Cormonachan Paths Project”. The cost of the project will now be £269,570.00 including interpretation signage, plus VAT and of course funding and donations will be necessary. We can also apply to quite a number of other organisations for funding. […]

Upper Cormonachan Paths Project Fund

(Dunoon Observer 25th January 2019) The Cormonachan Woodlands Association is looking for donations towards this large “Upper Cormonachan Paths Project”. The cost of the project will now be £269,570.00 including interpretation signage, plus VAT and of course funding and donations will be necessary. This amount is less than reported in the last Members Update No 31 as two […]