The Arran Access Trust was launched on Arran on 28th June 1999 to address land access issues on Arran. It has a Board of 12 Voluntary Directors, with representation from Access Users, Land Owners, Forestry Commission, National Trust, Scottish Natural Heritage, North Ayrshire Council and Local Councillors.
Access is very important to Arran both for those who live on the island and as a key part of the island’s tourism industry. Much more can be done to make sure that access on the island works well for visitors, residents, and the farmers and owners who manage the land.
If you would like to support the Coastal Way financially, you can become a member of the Arran Access Trust (private person: £10/year, business/organisation: £25/year) or make a donation to the Arran Access Trust, stipulating it is for the Coastal Way Project.
Here you will find more information: www.arran-access-trust.org.uk