We have been working with communities to help plan projects that will enhance tourism in the local area, encourage people to explore the great outdoors, and bring benefits to the local economy.
ACT Hubs was part-financed by ACT and part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Argyll and the Islands LEADER 2014-2020 programme.
Below is a summary of each of the projects we have supported. A general overview of ACT Hubs aims and funding can be found here.
Develop plans for installing a floating pontoon and visitor moorings in Loch Long, Arrochar.Read more
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
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
A feasibility study for the management of Japanese knotweed in the Corran grazings area of Lochgilphead.Read more
A review and evaluation of visitor giving schemes with reference to how they could support fundraising for long distance routes in Argyll.Read more
A feasibility study for developing and managing a deer larder facility within the community on the Rinns of Islay.Read more
Guidance to equip organisations with basic knowledge and recommendations for developing and running volunteer programmes.Read more
The design of a leaflet to improve interpretation and access to walking trails in Argyll's Secret Coast.Read more