It is the responsibility of the Trustees to ensure that the Rothes Way path is kept in good condition so that everyone can continue to enjoy the beautiful natural environment through which it passes. 

A team of around 10 volunteers have already offered their services to carry out regular maintenance work, which includes tasks such as strimming the verges, cutting back overhanging branches and vegetation as well as checking on the condition of the path. We would like to thank them for all of their 
hardwork in maintaining our path. 
Here is our team in action!

To enable the team to take on more difficult tasks, the Trustees are applying for funding through Paths for All to purchase essential powered equipment such as strimmers, brush cutters and blowers.

With the construction of the second section aimed to be completed in November, the maintenance work will increase and we would invite anyone who would like to join the team to contact us at our email: Different levels of skill will be required but safety procedures will be in place and protective clothing and equipment will be provided.

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Pictured here is our volunteers who helped to clear the path of debris left behind by storm Arwen. We would like to thank them for their continued support and making sure our path is safe for use!

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