Core Path review – deadline 5pm Thursday 18th October 2019

West Highlands and Islands core paths plan review The Highland Council have reviewed core path plans for the West Highland and Islands area covering Skye, Lochalsh, Lochaber and Wester Ross. The Peffery Way is included in the plan and we are asking everyone to add their comments before the deadline of Thursday 18th October. The … [Read more…]

Great Feil Maree

The Peffery Way Association will be at the Feil Maree in Dingwall on Saturday 7th September. We are looking for volunteers to help at the stand for an hour or two. Handing out information and promoting the benefits of the path. We will also have some activity which we are in the process of organising. … [Read more…]

Around the world by bike with Jenny Graham – 27th March

Dingwall Academy and The Peffery Way Association proudly present an evening with Jenny Graham. Many of you will remember that in January 2018, Jenny Graham and Lee Craigie of The Adventure Syndicate supported and chaperoned 4 school girls from Dingwall Academy on their first Strathpuffer 24hr race. After a year of working with The Adventure … [Read more…]

1st Annual Members Meeting

Our first Annual Members Meeting will be on Wednesday 5th April at Dingwall Academy. It starts at 7pm with a talk from Murray Ferguson, Director of Planning and Rural Development at Cairngorm National Park and we follow this with the Annual Members Meeting. All welcome to attend. Refreshments will be available. Please see attached the papers (AMM … [Read more…]

Windfall from local Wind Farm!

The Peffery Way cycle path from Dingwall to Strathpeffer has been awarded £2840 from Dingwall Wind Co-op in their first round of community funding. This award will go towards building the path and erecting gates, fences and signage. Nessa Findlay of the Peffery Way Association commented; “This is excellent news. This money will help us … [Read more…]

Ramblers Association ‘Core Paths’ Campaign

Ramblers Scotland is calling for outdoors enthusiasts’ help to get all Scottish ‘core paths’ shown on Ordnance Survey maps for the first time.  Since Scottish access rights were established in 2003, local authorities have developed a 17,000km network of their most important routes, known as core paths. But so far there is no requirement to … [Read more…]