Birse Community Trust - North East (Aberdeen & Grampian)

Established 1998

The Trust undertakes a wide range of social, economic and environmental projects on behalf of the community. Its main involvement is the management of land and buildings at a dozen sites spread across the parish. These include: five local woodlands with a total area of approximately 1,000 hectares; two unique nineteenth century water powered wood-working mills; three other historic sites (Birse Kirk, a Soutar's Shop, the parish War Memorial); Finzean Old School (community office, business units and local history archive) and Birse Community Hall; BCT also manages parish wide natural heritage, cultural heritage and footpath programmes, together with a wide range of community development projects and many related activities, including the publication of local books

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