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The Tomintoul & Glenlivet Landscape Partnership was created in 2016 to help regenerate the Tomintoul and Glenlivet area by:
- Celebrating and promoting the area’s rich heritage;
- Enhancing the natural environment;
- Developing skills and opportunities for young people, the local community and visitors.
With £3.6 million funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and other funding partners, and significant community input, we are delivering 20 projects in the four years to 2020 that will:
Projects range from community cultural heritage activities, stabilising and restoring historic buildings, to improving habitats for wildlife, restoring riverbanks, and reducing light pollution to delivering a training and education programme, a new Discovery Centre and improving the visitor experience. Each project is delivered by one or more partners with support from TGLP staff. More details about individual projects are found in the Projects section.
The TGLP Board represents the lead partners and is responsible for monitoring and guiding the delivery of the Programme and its objectives. Members of the Board include:
Steve Smith: Chair
Pete Mayhew: Cairngorms National Park Authority
Will Boyd-Wallis: Cairngorms National Park Authority
Eleanor Mackintosh: Cairngorms National Park Authority
Simon Ovenden: Crown Estate Scotland
Fiona Robb: Highlands & Islands Enterprise
Robin Turner: Historic Environment Scotland
Oliver Giles: Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust
Tilly Smith: Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust
David Toovey: Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust