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    Promote

    Promoting and celebrating the natural and cultural heritage of the National Park.

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    Protect

    Protecting and nurturing the special qualities of the National Park

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    Provide

    Providing support for projects to make the National Park a better place for people and nature

Become a Member of the Friends

Join the Friends of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs as a member, and contribute to the ongoing work that we do in protecting, promoting and providing for the park.

  • Business Supporters

    A variety of businesses in and around the National Park are already members of our Business Supporters scheme. For details on how to join, click...

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  • Loch Lomond Litter Pilot Success

    Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond Litter Battle Success   National Park charity’s A82 pilot layby bin scheme making a real difference...

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  • The Great Scottish Squirrel Survey

    The Great Scottish Squirrel Survey returns for its third year this autumn. Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels is calling on people all over Scotland to...

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  • Literary Landmark at Loch Katrine

    Literary giants’ contribution to the birthplace of Scottish tourism to be celebrated with a landmark scenic tower and lookouts at Loch Katrine A...

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About Us

For over 40 years our independent conservation and heritage charity - the Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs - has been working to protect, promote and provide for this special part of Scotland that extends to 720 square miles and embraces precious mountains, lochs and glens made famous by writers and artists over many hundreds of years.

The area is enjoyed by large numbers of visitors and locals each year and to ensure everyone can continue to enjoy and celebrate the special landscapes of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs we need your support.

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The Voice is the magazine of the Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs and is published biannually in the spring and autumn. It is distributed free to all members as part of our membership benefits package -click here for details of how to join and support our work.

Back issues of the Voice are reproduced here and contain a good mix of topical issues relating to the National Park and the work of the friends and our partners. There are also regular interesting nature and history features by guest writers.

 

Supported By:

charitable trust
lottery
optical express
loch lomond