The Trust currently is involved in three projects:

Evanton Village Green
The Trust’s first project was taking over the ownership and management of the former aircraft Hangar site in the centre of the village. It secured funds to purchase and convert it to a Green with landscaping and planting. Today, the Trust manages this attractive village amenity making it available to local groups and organisations for outdoor events. more info.
(If your organisation is interested in booking the village Green, click here for a Booking Form)

Local Footpaths
The serious disrepair of some of the network of footpaths around Kiltearn and Balconie
has been of increasing concern. In particular, the footpaths alongside the River Skiach, the shorepath alongside the Cromarty Firth and that leading to the old Parish Church are in need of urgent attention.  The Trust has drawn up a plan to repair, improve and enhance these footpaths for the many regular walkers from the village. more Info.

Kiltearn Old Parish Church

The Trust has been ilooking at ways to safeguard the future of the ruins of the historic Old Parish Church and burial ground at Kiltearn . The remains of this Church are without doubt one of the most important sites in the village, with evidence that the current structure which was built in the 1790s sits on the site of a much earlier structure dating back perhaps to the 1400s. The Trust has been involced in extensive community consultation to elicit ideas for the future development of the old Church and its surrounding area. It is expected athat this will lead to a viable and sustainable plan to preserve this important historical site for future generations. more info.

Give us your ideas

The Trust welcomes ideas and suggestions from members and non-members alike on what projects you would like to see that will bring benefits to the community we serve. If you have any particular ideas or suggestions for things you would like to see the Trust involved with, please contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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