Tag: Arran Trust

Trust take over wishing well
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Trust take over wishing well

In the past, the Isle of Arran Rotary Club has contributed to, and supported greatly, many local causes.  However, in recent years numbers attending have declined and the sad decision was taken to fold the Rotary Club on Arran, as previously reported in the Banner  

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Trust cash for arts heritage trail

Last week, the Arran Trust, the island’s visitor gifting scheme, eventually managed to have a socially distanced cheque presentation to Arran Theatre and Arts Trust (ATAT), who received £8,436 towards an Arran Arts Heritage Trail last year.  This will support the main funding for the project, received by the trust through the Heritage Lottery Fund.  

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New trail will celebrate Arran’s rich arts heritage

The trail will be an interactive way for visitors to travel around the island and visit locations where artists have painted landscapes of Arran. It will also see the creation of an archive, and will consist of physical place markers, a dedicated website and an accompanying leaflet.

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Generous guests donate £172,000 to Arran Trust

Auchrannie Resort has been saying a huge thank you to its many guests who have so far donated £172,000 to the Arran Trust – the island’s visitor gifting scheme which funds projects which focus on the landscapes and environment of Arran.

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Arran Trust gives a helping hand

The Arran Trust, Arran’s visitor gifting scheme with tourism and conservation ideals, regularly provides grants and support for organisations and projects that seek to contribute positively to the environment and those that benefit the local community.

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COAST dives into underwater exploration

The Arran Trust has provided Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) with grant funding which has allowed the marine conservation charity to be able to offer snorkeling classes and to purchase a ROV.

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White Stag dinner raises charity cash

Arran Distillers have always been great supporters of the Arran Trust, and this money will be used to help sustain and conserve the natural beauty of the  island, for residents and locals alike.