Craigencalt Rural Community Trust (CRCT) works with Welcome to Kinghorn website to welcome visitors and residents to enjoy this beautiful area of beaches, countryside and watery pursuits.
A JCB comes in handy to cut a new disabled and family friendly path through the woods to make lighter work for the volunteers. However, there is still lots for our volunteers to do. It is good fun. Like to help for a couple of hours - it will be very much appreciated.
History of pollution of Kinghorn Loch.
Kinghorn Loch was polluted and lifeless until 1983, and the Trust has successfully treated it for algal blooms to give the excellent water quality today. Ron Edwards gave a presentation at Kinghorn Community Centre in September. He has been involved with cleaning up the loch from 1976, so check out his presentation. To talk about it, contact CRCT.
Walking Festival 2016 It’s going to be a Great Festival!
After two years of increasing success of our walks, we look forward to another great success. We hope the weather will be as good to us this year as well. There is a varied programme of 15 walks over 9 days: