Resilience and Recovery Project

Presently looking at projects to aid community and business recovery within the area

A collection of wide-ranging projects delivered in partnership with other organisations and the community to help and aid recovery. In doing this we will improve conditions and experiences to visitors, thus improving the areas reputation and increasing income to local businesses. As well as producing a community outside space for groups to meet, support residents who are in financial hardship, and enable small business owners to sell their products.

Draft Covid 19 Recovery and Resilience Plan

Explore take over running of Public ToiletsSupport local landowners and business, make tourist and people passing through more welcome  Kilmartin Hotel Argyll & Bute CouncilABC fond funding to open toilets for 2021
Sell art, crafts, local products from Kilmartin Village GreenSupport local business Local artists/businessfunded by The Prince’s Countryside Fund
Fund Kilmartin Green CommitteeKeep village looking nice  Kilmartin residentsactive project, community giving successfully completed
Wildflower ProjectLocal event, area improvement, activities for young people and families  Dunadd Communityactive project
funded via A’Chruach Community Fund
Purchase stretch tentCommunity events/activities to return to normal ASAP and encourage new events.                                                  Dunadd Community groupsfunded by The Prince’s Countryside Fund
Viability on toilet redevelopmentExplore redevelopment ideas and funding streamsexploring funding possibility
  COVID 19 Hardship Fund£60 handouts for essentials, food and heating Dunadd Community Councilproject now finished, funded by National Emergency Trust
Litter projectClear signage asking people not to litter the area
Litter pickup sessions
Local residentsactive project
funded via A’Chruach Community Fund

Do you have ideas that can fit into this project then let us know

We will update this web page as the project develops, please come back to see latest news

Funding support for this project received from The Prince’s Countryside Fund