Today sees the launch of our shiny new website 🙂 We hope you like it.
Author: Gus Mitchell
Normally the KCDC Newsletter would be hand delivered to all the Kingussie households, but this year is different… Whilst this year’s Newsletter is “good to go” we are abiding by COVID-19 restrictions and keeping to essential journeys and or exercise only. Once the restrictions ease we aim to deliver as normal. In the meantime, the […]
Another great effort by the path maintenance volunteers today. The lower half of this section of the path is 99% complete with the upper half only needing the surfacing material added. Maybe complete by Christmas?
Bob Kinnaird has been hard at work for the past weeks creating a fantastic new “dry stone” seat on the path up to Creag Bheag. The new seat is gloriously positioned to make the best of the views and even comes with a table to accommodate your favourite snacks and refreshments. Well done Bob!
Early progress today on the new path from Taits Brae leading up to Creag Bheag. This new route avoids the existing track which is currently more of a drain than a track. Initially the existing surface vegetation layer is removed and replaced with a layer of “Type 1” aggregate. This is compressed with a “wacker […]
Hey, don’t forget to apply for funding from the Hydro Fund for your project! Funds are available for all projects that benefit the people and/or environment of Kingussie and it’s easy to apply…
The volunteers were in the Gardens today doing a bit of tree surgery. Here are the before and after photos. Lots of work done, lots more to do.