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The Enchanted Forest announces £500 bat box donation

The Enchanted Forest announces £500 bat box donation

14 August 2017

A generous donation from The Enchanted Forest will benefit Highland Perthshire’s bat population. The multi-award-winning sound and light show has donated £500 to Tayside Bat Group (TBG) to install around 30 bat boxes in Faskally Wood, near Pitlochry. The boxes will be put in place by TBG volunteers at the beginning of September in a strip of trees along the edge of the loch. Brian Simpson, Enchanted Forest Trustee, said: “As a charitable trust we are delighted to be able to direct proceeds towards this important Tayside conservation organisation. “As the show goes from strength to ...

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The Enchanted Forest announces 70,000 tickets to go on sale

The Enchanted Forest announces 70,000 tickets to go on sale

06 June 2017

2017 event is named Oir an Uisge, Scots Gaelic for ‘Edge of the Water’ Charity night boost for Tayside Mountain Rescue, Alzheimer Scotland and Giraffe The Enchanted Forest, Perthshire’s multi-award-winning sound and light show, has announced it has released 70,000 tickets for this year’s event, with tickets going on sale to the general public on Friday, June 16. The 2017 show, entitled Oir an Uisge, Scots Gaelic for ‘Edge of the Water’, is reflective of the changing scenery of Faskally Wood in Pitlochry where the event is held annually. It will open to the public on Thursday, Septem...

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Enchanted Forest Community Trust funds 13 local projects

Enchanted Forest Community Trust funds 13 local projects

23 March 2017

The Enchanted Forest Community Trust, organisers of the award-winning sound and light show in the woods, has awarded a whopping £10,000 to a range of worthy projects in Highland Perthshire. This is the fourth year that such a fund has been available, and the good causes range from a Girl Guide trip to Switzerland, to a Christmas Market in Pitlochry, and the purchase of new Neighbourhood Watch signs. Full list as follows: £1,600 - Highland Mainline Community Partnership. £1,500 - The Atholl Centre. £1,200 - Pitlochry Winter Lighting Project. £1,000 - Soldiers of Killiecrankie. £1,000 - Pi...

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Enchanted Forest Community Trust funds 13 local projects

Enchanted Forest Community Trust funds 13 local projects

23 March 2017

Enchanted Forest Community Trust funds 13 local projects The Enchanted Forest Community Trust, organisers of the award-winning sound and light show in the woods, has awarded a whopping £10,000 to a range of worthy projects in Highland Perthshire. This is the fourth year that such a fund has been available, and the good causes range from a Girl Guide trip to Switzerland, to a Christmas Market in Pitlochry, and the purchase of new Neighbourhood Watch signs. Full list as follows: £1,600 – Highland Mainline Community Partnership. £1,500 – The Atholl Centre. £1,200 – Pitlochry Winter Lig...

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