Strathard Community Trust
We are the community development trust for Aberfoyle, Kinlochard, Stronachlachar and Inversnaid. We work across the Strathard area, both independently and in partnership with other groups and agencies. We help deliver projects that aim to improve the lives of people in Strathard and the quality of the environment we live and work in. The Strathard Community Action Plan (2017-2022) currently provides direction to many of our activities.
Community Action Plan
Strathard Community Action Plan (2017-2022) was launched in June 2017. It represents a vision for how the community would like to see Strathard develop over the next five years. As a community development trust we take the lead on implementing the CAP by partnering up with community groups, businesses and agencies to deliver the priorities identified in the CAP.
Strathard Heritage Network
The Heritage Network was set up in March 2017 with the support of the Community Partnership and Strathard Community Trust. Its purpose is to facilitate collaboration and communication between community groups, agencies, businesses and individuals in order to promote heritage in Strathard. We have some amazing, unique and varied heritage on our doorstep…
The popular Monday Lunch Club is a social event, primarily aimed at elderly residents. A grant from Foundation Scotland helped establish the Club in 2015. It takes place at Gartmore House and everyone is welcome!
We are working to improve the play equipment at Aberfoyle Play Park. We are also looking into what play park improvements might be needed elsewhere in Strathard.
Co-op Local Community Fund 2017-18
We have teamed up with local community group Aberfoyle Village People to make them a Co-op Local Cause. When Co-op Members buy Co-op branded products and services, the Co-op will give 1% to a local cause. So, by choosing Aberfoyle Village People as your local cause you can help make sure they get a share of this fund. Just sign in to your Membership account and choose to back Aberfoyle Village People as your local cause.