Tag: Arran High School Mountain Bike Club

Groups make pitch for your Co-op cash
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Groups make pitch for your Co-op cash

The three recipients of this year’s Co-op Community Fund visited the Brodick store over the weekend to share information with shoppers about what they do and how they intend to use the funds.

Sport
Mountain bikers maintain trails

The trail maintenance course will expand the club’s capabilities and once completed, it will help them sustain the current and future work of the group.

Sport
High school mountain bike club conquer Glentress forest

The start of the month saw 18 pupils of the Arran High School Mountain Bike Club travel to Peebles for an all too brief weekend of mountain biking, on the trails of Glentress and Innerleithen, both part of the world famous Seven Stanes writes Stephen Garraway.

Leisure
Pedal power to the fore at eBike open day

The open day celebrated the purchase of a fleet of six eBikes which will be used to demonstrate alternative, less polluting travel options for Arran residents as part of an eBike scheme funded by Transport Scotland’s Energy Saving Trust eBike Fund.

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Arran youth groups get a £4,000 funding boost

Successful in their bids and receiving £800 each were: Arran High School Mountain Bike Club, Arran High School of Sport, Arran Junior Triathlon Club, Arran Kayak Club and Arran Youth Foundations.

Sport
Trail repair day

Members of the Arran High School Mountain Bike Club enjoyed a day of trail repair and maintenance at Cnoc na Dail.

Outdoors
Mountain bike club taking care of trails

Members of the Arran High Schools Mountain Bike Club will be joining thousands of volunteers on a European-wide trail maintenance initiative and are appealing for volunteers who wish to get involved

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Bumper cash boost for Arran youth projects

Six Arran youth projects are to benefit from youth participatory budgeting funding after Arran’s youngsters turned out in force to help secure over £5,000 of funding for projects on the island

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Young votes will help local projects get cash

Young people are being encouraged to take part in an online vote to help decide which Arran organisations are to receive a slice of a £50,000 participatory budgeting exercise by North Ayrshire Council