Our story

We are a community-led organisation, and registered charity, established in 2014. How do we ACT? Find out here. Read more

Our Advisors

Our advisors support our Board and our staff. Read more

Our Board

Our Board has overall responsibility for ACT and for guiding our activities. Read more

The difference we make

We are a small organisation making a big difference. Read more

ACT Argyll

Providing job seekers with rural and environmental skills and experience. Read more

Our Staff

We have a small team of staff who oversee projects and the day-to-day running of ACT. Read more

Work for us

Job opportunities within the ACT team Read more

Vacancy - ACT Finance and Administrative Officer

We are looking for a finance and administrative officer to join our team - applications close at 5pm Wednesday 6th February. Read more

ACT Hubs

Supporting communities with their ideas to enhance tourism. Read more

Branching Out

An innovative programme of woodland based activities for people with poor mental health. Read more

Our foundations

We are a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SCO44733 Read more

Our Board meetings

Our Board and Advisors meets quarterly in different locations across Argyll. Read the minutes of previous Board meetings. Read more

Our finances

Find copies of our annual accounts here. Read more

Collaborative Action for the Natura Network (CANN)

Our peatland restoration project on Islay. Read more

National and regional priorities

We align our objectives and activities with national and regional policies so that we can make a real difference and ACT where it matters most. Read more

Why we exist

Why do we ACT? Because Argyll and the Isles is a spectacular part of the world that everyone should be able to enjoy now and forever. Read more

Community engagement

Our projects are your projects. We support communities to make projects happen. Read more

Arrochar pontoon and moorings

Develop plans for installing a floating pontoon and visitor moorings in Loch Long, Arrochar. Read more

Tourism infrastructure web map

Creation of a web map to be used for identifying locations for future development to enhance the visitor experience in Argyll and the Isles. Read more

Food and drink trails

A review of current examples of food trails and recommendations for initiating and sustaining a food trail (or trails) in Argyll and the Isles. Read more

Corran Grazings Area - Japanese knotweed control

A feasibility study for the management of Japanese knotweed in the Corran grazings area of Lochgilphead. Read more

Visitor Giving Schemes in Argyll

A review and evaluation of visitor giving schemes with reference to how they could support fundraising for long distance routes in Argyll. Read more

Rinns of Islay community deer larder

A feasibility study for developing and managing a deer larder facility within the community on the Rinns of Islay. Read more

Guidance for volunteer programmes

Guidance to equip organisations with basic knowledge and recommendations for developing and running volunteer programmes. Read more