Become our Friend

Help us do what we do best across Perthshire's countryside for another 25 years by becoming our Friend. Together, we can improve, conserve, promote and develop access to the outdoors we all love so much. Let's make Perthshire the most accessible countryside in Scotland!

Friends can sign up for as little as £3 per month.  

Why become our Friend

It’s a pleasure to become a “Friend of PKCT”. It is a wonderful organisation, protecting and improving access to the wonderful and varied countryside of Perth & Kinross. I spend a considerable amount of time walking in Perth and Kinross so, as long as we all act responsibly, access is key and beneficial to all. - Bob

I’ve joined because I live in Perth and I’m keen to see the development of opportunities for walking in the local area. Although I love the high hills I think it’s important that there are options for those less able (and for when a more gentle route is desired). - Richard

I love the Perthshire countryside - many wonderful memories of walks with my parents and all the glorious trees and stunning vistas. I’m happy to support PKCT. - Ann

Highland cow, Glenshee © Mike Bell

Our Friends' benefits

All of our Friends will receive:

  • Friends of PKCT e-newsletter
  • a pack of our leaflets to inspire your next outdoor adventure
  • invitations to events and volunteering opportunities

For those donating £10+/month, we will also send you a print of the Birnam Oak (limited numbers). 

PKCT leaflets

Your Friendship in action

From just £3 a month, your support will help us:

  • install waymarkers, benches and lighting along well-loved routes to make them more accessible for everyone.
  • design new interpretation to promote local paths and the health and wellbeing benefits of being active and getting in nature.
  • educate everyone about conservation, climate change and mitigation, biodiversity and how they can help.
  • plant more trees along routes and in the country to help the environment and start the new generation of Perthshire's Big Trees.
  • employ a part-time ranger to maintain well-loved paths through path improvement works, fixing signage, cutting back vegetation, and more.
  • upgrade more paths up to multi-user, all-abilities standards for walkers, cyclists, wheelchairs and prams to enjoy the outdoors in all weathers.
  • and much, much more!

Schiehallion seen from Kinloch Rannoch © VisitScotland / Kenny Lam, all rights reserved.

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