About Us About us Founded in 1997, Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT) is an independent charity that negotiates access to land, builds footpaths, helps care for Scotland’s most spectacular woodlands and trees, and works on conservation projects all to improve and promote access to the countryside for walkers, cyclist and horse riders. We work in partnership with other organisations and community groups to help make Perthshire one of the most accessible destinations in Scotland. What we do Working with communities Over 23 years, we’ve also achieved… Our Team The team is made up of four project officers and a Trust Director. Peter Quinn – Trust Director Bid Strachan – Communities Officer Andrew Barrie – Strategic Routes Officer Doug Flint – PCCP & NTCS Project Officer Constance Boddice – PR & Marketing Officer Our Board of Trustees Our Charity Trustees are the people in overall control of Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust. They are responsible for our governance and strategy and for making sure that we are administered effectively. All charity Trustees, including ours, are volunteers. Cedric Wilkins: Chair Cllr William (Willie) Robertson – appointed by Perth & Kinross Council Cllr Stewart Donaldson - appointed by Perth & Kinross Council Michael (Mike) Strachan – appointed by Scottish Forestry Stewart MacLeod – Retired engineer Alastair Dorward – Retired solicitor Jayne Scott – Financial expert Carol Ann Smith – Influencer and fundraising expert Cat Burton – outdoor photographer and explorer Clare Hamilton – Biodiversity and climate change expert Roger Coppock MBE – forestry expert Stephen Woollard – conservation education expert *Read about our five newest Trustees here* Our core funders Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust is supported by our core funders, who contribute both practical and financial support to enable us to carry out our work.