Funds to buy land for the Woodland Trails Project

The DBC are proud to announce that we have secured funding to purchase the land from Forest and Land Scotland. This is an important milestone for the Woodland Trails Project in Corsee Woods, Banchory. This award has been granted from the Scottish Land Fund following an extensive application and review process that we have been working on over the past couple of years.

This is a major milestone in our project, and we will now be able to finalise the purchase of the land in the coming weeks.

We are excited for the year ahead where the focus will move to securing the remaining funding required to move the project on and complete the bike trails hopefully towards the end of 2022. Keep an eye out in the New Year for more details on the trail concepts which we can hopefully share with you soon.  

Support the project toward success in 2022

We are very grateful to our members and supporters for helping us get this far. We still have a lot of work to do, and we can’t do it without the support of people like you!

We plan to keep our members posted with our developments in the coming year and involve them in the next steps of the project.


Jamie Ritchie

Jamie Ritchie

Funding Lead and Trustee, love the great outdoors and keeping up with my kids on their bikes!

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