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 Fields available to rent from March 2022





Community Land Week 2018 Event

Community Land Scotland Video of Achmore Path Opening

Saturday 18 August







In December we submitted an application to the Woodland Trust for their ‘community trees’ scheme and were  awarded 420 saplings for planning on Trust land.  The trees are a mixture of rowan, silver birch, wild cherry, common oak, field maple and grey willow. Most have been planted in the section of the hayfield we have fenced off by the new path, others at the Braeintra end of the footpath, and the rest here and there. 



News and Events

The FCT now has a Facebook page



Strome Woods Paths Work

Saturday 8th November 2014 

Many thanks to Sean, Hamish, Jack, Lizzie, Colin and Oscar the horse for all their hard work moving and mending paths in the woods with materials supplied by FCS


















The Fernaig Community Trust are pleased to announce they are members of Community Land Scotland (CLS). CLS are an organisation which supports the activities of community based land owning groups such as the Trust.

Community Orchard

The Trust have planted the first trees to form the Community Orchard


We have tried to get varieties that are hardy for the north & also disease resistant – canker is the main problem here.

The varieties are:

Early autumn dessert apples – Sept/Oct

KATJA ( KATY ) - M25 Known to do well here, ‘canker resistant’. Swedish cross between James Grieve & Worcester Permain.
JAMES GRIEVE - M25 Scottish origin.

Late autumn dessert apples – Oct - Dec

EGREMONT RUSSET - M25 ‘Disease resistant’, does well here, popular.

‘Spring’ dessert apples – ripen Dec/Jan & keep through to March
ISLE OF WIGHT PIPPIN - M26 ‘Very resistant to canker & mildew’
STURMER PIPPIN - M26 ‘Hardy’ ‘Good even on indifferent soils’

WHITE MELROSE - M26 Oct/Nov will keep til Feb. Scottish origin
REVEREND GREEVES - M26 keeps til March. Scottish origin.
LORD DERBY - M25 Oct- Dec ‘Popular variety especially in north & Scotland’ ‘excellent variety for cold and wet conditions’ ‘disease resistant’


(all on St Julien rootstocks, 1st year whips) We've gone for good flavour, later flowering (frost resistant) varieties, & disease resistance.


(Colt rootstock, 1st year whip)
LAPINS or Cherokee. 

The initial plantings were apple trees and we will add to the Orchard with the other trees on order.

If anyone would like to contribute a tree, or trees, to the Orchard, please contact Kate (577214) Colin (577236) or Lizzie (577307) and we can make arrangements for either you to plant your tree/trees in the Orchard or we  can plant it for you. Any fruit trees are welcome - the more the better!

Am Bata tree selection
Am Bata tree selection
Am Bata tree selection
Am Bata tree selection
Am Bata tree selection
Am Bata tree selection
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