We are delighted to announce that after a long and eventful journey, we have been granted our asset transfer for our small area of land at Slattadale by the banks of Loch Maree, Wester Ross.
We would like to thank everyone who has been involved in the process to assist us in getting to where we are now, especially the excellent staff at Forestry and Land Scotland and members of our wider community.
The real work starts now as we move forwards introducing activities and events to meet our charitable aims of supporting the #education , #community #wellbeing and #employability opportunities of our charitable Community, those being the children and young people aged 3-18 across Gairloch High School Associated Schools Group (ASG) area. This area covers a large geographic area from Dundonnell and Laide in the North to Torridon and Shieldaig in the South.
Please feel free to get in touch should you feel that you/your organisation may be able to support us in meeting our objectives. We are in the process of developing our website at https://slattadale.org.uk and can also be followed on Facebook at https://lnkd.in/eRK7e7mv.
Our email address is [email protected]
Thank you for following us on our journey.
We have officially launched our call to join Slattadale as a member! We have two categories of membership – Ordinary and Junior. There’s more information about these categories and the criteria for membership on our Membership page.
Having members of our organisation shows the support we have for our plans, which are outlined on our Home and Theme pages. Detailed plans are also visible on our CATS application, which is hosted on the Forestry and Land Scotland website.
If you have specific skills which you could offer to the organisation above and beyond membership, please get in touch with us via the Contact page and we’d be more than delighted to speak with you about how you can help us progress with this new opportunity for our local young people.
Our request for a community asset transfer is now live on the Forestry and Land Scotland website.
The page contains relevant documents and letters of support.