Funding to help eight Scots communities take ownership of local ‘assets’

‘COMMUNITY assets’ – including a village pub, a church and a woodland – are among eight projects to be awarded over £1m by the Scottish Government to move into community ownership.

The funding has been provided via the Scottish Land Fund, as part of Community Land Week, running between the ninth and 17th of this week.

The communities to benefit (as announced, here) are: Knoydart, Port Bannantyne, Canna, Easter Breich, Carloway (Isle of Lewis), Bigton (Shetland), Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre, and Inchinnan.

Picture credit: Place Design Scotland

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