7 March 2013
7.30pm Errol Village Hall
Interested in safe cycling
& walking routes?
Core Paths Plan
The Core Paths Plan was adopted by Perth&Kinross Council on 25 January 2012. You can download maps from www.pkc.gov.uk/corepaths20 March 2012
Errol Station Link
Twenty five wellwishers attended the official opening of the recently constructed path at Errol Station on 8 September. The path provides a safe off-road link between Errol Station and Errol village. Funding was provided by the Scottish Government & European Community Rural Tayside LEADER 2007-2013 Programme, Perth&Kinross CountrysideTrust, Perth&Kinross Quality of Life Trust & CoGG14 September 2010
The Carse of Gowrie in east central Scotland is a fertile strip of land in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, stretching for about 24km along the north shore of the Firth of Tay between Perth and Dundee and bordered by the Sidlaw hills to the north. It is a beautiful part of Scotland to live in and visit.
See where we are with
Microsoft Virtual Earth
The Carse of Gowrie Group (CoGG) established the Paths Project to develop a comprehensive network of paths for walking and other forms of non-mechanised transport. If this is your interest, then you have found the best site for a free source of information, resources and maps of the paths we are developing and promoting.
CoGG and the Paths Project is run by groups of volunteers representing the various communities within the Carse. More information on the background to the Paths Project can be found here and details of the volunteer groups here.