The Annual Report and Accounts for 2016 have been posted on the downloads page
The 2015 Annual Statement has now been added to our website, you can find it on the documents and minutes page. We will also bring the minutes up to date on this page soon.
I was hoping to be able to offer you something different for the volunteering session this coming Saturday but unfortunately all the paths were flooded again last week and there is again a lot of debris on the paths around Lochfield Cottage – a mix of litter, logs and weed. I don’t think it will […]
A survey of the Bryophyte status around the loch has been added to the Nature Reports and Recording Page.
Another busy year at Castle Loch Some of the 2015 achievements… Over 750 hours donated by volunteers (with a value of over £6700). Winner of the RSPB’s Nature of Scotland best Community Initiative award. Built a new bird hide. Created new sections of footpath. Improved path access by replacing bridge steps with ramps and removed […]
Happy New Year from everyone at Castle Loch. On New Years Day the water is still high at the cottage but hopefully just staying outside. It is a cold day with frost overnight but no rain and a light breeze means it is a nice day for a New Year walk. Unfortunartly most of the […]
The trust can now take online donations via Virgin Giving. These can be one offs, regular donations or for a special activity like a sponsored walk. Please visit our Virgin Money Giving page to find out more. The website will take care of claiming back your tax if you are a UK tax payer so […]
The first AGM of the Castle Loch Lochmaben Community Trust is to be held on 25th March 2014, 7.30pm in Lochmaben Church Hall. All members are invited to attend. Although most members of the present steering committee are willing to stand, other nominations are welcome. Please contact us if you are interested.
Well at last, we have made it, Castle Loch and Lochfield Cottage belong to the communities of the Royal Burgh of Lochmaben, the Royal Four Towns and Templand. The care and development of the Castle Loch is in the hands of the members of the Castle Loch Lochmaben Community Trust. We have 268 members of […]
To Members of Castle Loch Lochmaben Community Trust SC044045 The Castle Loch Lochmaben Community Trust will shortly be signing the documents transferring the ownership of the Castle Loch and Lochfield Cottage to the Trust. In the meantime the Trust, anxious to get on with the development of the pathway and other works, are advertising for […]