Pathways to the Future – Cultural Heritage Trails Consultation

Benmore & Kilmun Community Trust hosted the first of several consultation events in Ardentinny on Saturday. Led by Robin Patel of Ergadia Museums & Heritage, it explored interest in and content suggestions for the creation of two cultural heritage trails in East Cowal, one for walkers and another for bikers and motorists. The trails would link local historical figures and events along with local attractions and amenities in the communities of Benmore, Loch Eck, Glen Massan, Strone, Blairmore, Ardentinny, Sandbank and Kilmun.
 
The Consultation was well attended by interested residents and visitors and a variety of names and events of note were elicited and plotted on the East Cowal map along with cultural heritage sites of interest, of which there are potentially 180.

If you were unable to attend, you are invited to participate in the project’s online survey, the results of which will feed into the Trails’ feasibility study which is funded by Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. A Pathways to the Future – East Cowal Conversation Facebook page is also available here

Share

Ardentinny FC 1938

Our photo, kindly provided by Ian MacPherson-Blane, is of Ardentinny Football Club circa 1938. Ian’s mother lived in the village in the 1920’s and has been sharing with us her memories of Ardentinny life from some 90+ years ago.

Hopefully those with long connections (and memories) to the village will be able to put names to some of the players in our photograph.

Share
This work by ardentinny.org is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 UK: Scotland.