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September

Drummond Hill Management Plan Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is inviting people in and around Aberfeldy and Kenmore to take part in the development of Drummond Hill Land Management Plan Drummond Hill, lays claim to being the first managed forest … Continue reading

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Having Your Ducks in a Row

When Doug and Hilary started feeding a pair of ducks in their lochside garden last year, they couldn’t have imagined that, a few months later, a flock of 30 or so ducks would be arriving every morning, looking for breakfast. … Continue reading

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August

Friends Reunited This lovely photo was sent to us by Wendy Jackson who is seen here (on the right) with her long-lost friend Maureen Hall.  You may remember Maureen getting in touch with the Blog in February, asking if anyone … Continue reading

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June Blog

Miss Lizzie McLaren Roberts, Head Teacher, Fearnan School, 1903-1928 It’s always a pleasure to receive an email from someone with Fearnan connections who has found our little website and, inevitably, they add a little bit to our knowledge of Fearnan’s … Continue reading

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Recycling, Reading and Remembering

Recycling Update We have news of two new recycling initiatives in the villlage: Jenny Penfold has started recycling medicine blister packs. She drops them off in Perth on a regular basis, and is happy to act as a collection point … Continue reading

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Community Consultation

Community Consultation by the Scottish Crannog Centre Trust – Zoom Meeting 7pm on 22nd April. The Scottish Crannog Centre Trust has recently acquired the Dalerb picnic site from Forestry and Land Scotland in order to create a dynamic new Crannog … Continue reading

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Community Resilience

This edition of the Blog features several items highlighting the strength of our local community and the fantastic way people come together to deal with problems and threats. And there’s another fabulous walk to enjoy! A Hard Day’s Night In … Continue reading

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Looking for a Long Lost Friend ….. and Fearnan Snowdrops

One of the great pleasures of publishing this little Blog comes from the contacts we make with people from all over the world who have a link to, or a connection with, our village. In the past, we have achieved … Continue reading

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Taymouth Carving and Another Virtual Walk

First of all, we have a question from Fran Gillespie of Fortingall. She is wondering if anyone can shed further light on a carving which she and a friend came across recently on a tree in Taymouth Castle grounds on … Continue reading

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A Virtual Walk

The snowy pictures that we put up last week seemed to go down quite well, so this week we are going one stage further with a walk (from your own armchair) up on Drummond Hill. This is especially for those … Continue reading

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