Entries by Douglas Locke

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 […]

100th Member!

The Cormonachan Woodlands Association welcomes Gemma Shiarlis as its 100th Member supporting the work of the Association in preserving the Cormonachan Community Woodlands for Conservation, Education and Recreation. We would like to thank all our 100 supporting and volunteer members in helping to look after and maintaining these 58.9 ha of wonderful Ancient Atlantic Oak […]

Autumn Fayre Lochgoilhead on 6th October 2018

The Cormonachan Woodlands Association had a stand at the Autumn Fayre 2018 at the Village Hall in Lochgoilhead organised by the Argyll Arts Collective on Saturday 6th October. Three new members joined the Association at the event. We now have 99 members – who will be the 100th? Visitors to the stand were able to […]

Autumn Fayre, Lochgoilhead on Saturday 6th October 2018

The Cormonachan Woodlands Association is having a stand again this year at the Autumn Fayre on Saturday 6th October 2018 between 11 am and 2 pm at the Village Hall in Lochgoilhead. The event is free to enter. Come and find out about the work the Association and what its members and volunteers do for […]

Cormonachan Woodlands Mugs For Sale

Cormonachan Woodlands Mugs are available 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. Order by calling the Secretary on 01301 703098. We have just 10 mugs left at 5/9/2018. Two sides of […]

Loch Goil Gala Day on 28th July 2018

                 The Cormonachan Woodlands Association had its marquee at the event again this year. During the set up in the morning it was dry but just at the start of the event, the heavens opened with a huge downpour of rain. After a while it became dry again […]

Committee Members of the Cormonachan Woodlands Association

  An Introduction to the Committee of the Cormonachan Woodlands Association for those who don’t know who attends the committee meetings. Bottom left clockwise: David Thorpe, Centre Manager, AOEC Trust Ltd. (Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre); Jimmy Sim, Treasurer; Don Kamsley, Chair; Sue Morris, Communities & Visitor Services Manager, Argyll Forest Park (ex officio member); Douglas […]