Recognition for Three Lochs Way in Scottish Parliament
MSP Jackie Baillie has lodged a motion at the Scottish Parliament praising The Three Lochs Way, one of Scotland’s Great Trails.
The text of the motion reads:
"That the Parliament celebrates the walking trail, the Three Lochs Way, one of Scotland’s Great Trails, which links Loch Lomond, the Gareloch and Loch Long; understands that the Three Lochs Way links several communities along the Clyde Sea Lochs fringe of Scotland’s first national park; notes that the route encompasses woodlands, loch and mountain views, seventeenth century clan battle grounds, hydroelectric installations and Charles Rennie Macintosh’s The Hill House; thanks the volunteer members of the Helensburgh and District Access Trust who manage and maintain the trail, and encourages everyone to walk the Three Lochs Way."
Helensburgh and District Access Trust convener, Anne Urquhart, said:
"We are very grateful to MSP Jackie Baillie for this and it really is very heartening to see the Three Lochs Way getting the recognition it deserves. Our area is beginning to win more and more attention from walkers and cyclists, a trend which will be further enhanced now that the John Muir Way link between Helensburgh and Balloch has been completed."
For more information and/or images please contact Anne Urquhart, Convener/Acting Secretary.
Helensburgh & District Access Trust – SCIO 031468
64B Colquhoun Street Helensburgh G84 9JP firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01436 674922.
Find out more about The Three Lochs Way, one of Scotland's Great Trails at www.threelochsway.co.uk