We are delighted that Euan Tomes, who works for Doune Woodlands, one of Moray Estates woodland enterprises, was awarded top student at the Scottish School of Forestry, UHI Inverness in 2022 by the Institute of Chartered Foresters.
Following community planning workshops in Doune and Deanston recently, Moray Estates provide further information on potential developments at the Three Corner field north of Doune.
We are undertaking a public scoping process as we review the Doune Estate Long-Term Forest Plan, (part of Moray Estates).
A family volunteering session was held in Doune Ponds on Saturday afternoon on just about the first dry day in Doune in what seems like weeks.
Following on from last week’s Community Workshop in Doune, please follow this link to the plans that were presented.
Moray Estates participated in the Doune and Deanston Community Plan workshop in Doune on 10th November providing information on the Doune Long Term Forest Plan.
The weekend of the 17th and 18th of September saw the final event of the Scottish Hillclimb Championship season held on the hill climb track on the Doune Estate.
Over 100 landowners, designers, architects and builders from all over the UK visited Tornagrain on the 22nd September to attend The Prince’s Foundation’s latest Building a Legacy event.
We have plans for the forest operations at the Wood of Doune that we would like to tell woodland users and neighbours about.
Over the past 6 months, until just before Christmas, you may have noticed that the Clock Tower on Moray Estate’s steading at the Home Farm has been shrouded in a pretty significant scaffold