Author: Gus Mitchell

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, 6th December 2023 at 7pm Craig Bheag Suite, The Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie Agenda Welcome Apologies Receive and approve Minutes of the 16th¬†Annual General Meeting Resolutions To receive the Chairman’s report To receive and adopt the Financial Report To Appoint Goldwells as the Independent Accountant To fix the annual subscription To receive reports […]

Connecting Kingussie Refresh Report

Background In 2019 AECOM Limited produced a report which included an outline design for improvements to the active travel network in Kingussie on behalf of Cycle Friends Kingussie. This year the Cairngorm National Park Authority requested AECOM Limited to produce an update to that report to “inform and unify the forward planning of community groups […]

Hydro Fund support for Warm Spaces Project

In December 2022, the Hydro Fund provided ¬£3,000 to a project to provide warm jackets and winter shoes to local schoolchildren in need. The project forms part of the Warm Spaces Project run by Eppy Mackay at Kingussie Parish Church. Eppy arranged a discount from Mountain Warehouse in Aviemore and the beneficiaries were selected by […]

Creag Bheag path works

Since the helicopter lift of 100 tons of quarry dust up Creag Bheag on 19 May 2023 volunteers have completed the first two phases of path work across the summit – finishing on 20 July, several weeks ahead of schedule. Phases 1 & 2 complete Twenty seven volunteers have spent over 360 hours working on […]

Helicopter bag drop on Creag Bheag

Further to our post on 13 May 2023 regarding the helicopter lift of materials for the path on Creag Bheag, we have a gallery of videos and pictures to give a highlight of just what was achieved on the day. Skyhook Helicopters provided a super service and managed to drop all 99 bags in the […]

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