Uplawmoor Development Trust

Current News

Covid 19

As a consequence of this virus, and the ensuing legislation concerning social distancing, unnecessary travel and work, we are unable to carry out any physical improvement work in the village. 

However some projects are being progressed as "desk work"

Stay safe!

 

Click here to Download your copy of the Autumn 2020 Village Newsletter

 

https://www.uplawmoor.org/files/7415/9930/2750/Newsletter_Autumn_2020.pdf

 


AGM 10th March 2020

The AGM was attended by 20 members during which the progress of our projects were updated and discussed with the attendees.

After seven years as Chair, Paul Forrest retired and a vote of thanks was made to him for all the work he has done as Chair. David Riddet, currently Secretary, was voted in as Chair.

Two new Trustees were welcomed - Toni Leggatt and David Protheroe, and the contributions from both of them will be very welcome.

Gift Aid

 Our organisation has been approved by HMRC as being eligible for Gift Aid. This means that if you are a tax payer, any donation you make to the Trust, by whatever means. allows us to claim back from HMRC twenty five pence for every pound donated.

Uplawmoor Development Trusts gains full charity status

Click Here to download our OSCR Certificate

Scottish Charity Number is SC045261Save

Trustees Accounts 2018 OSCR

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Your Projects

Neilston to Uplawmoor Link

AUGUST 2020. Approval has now been received to move on to the vital detailed, Stage 3, design stage, involving more focussed discussions with everyone in both communities. There is a link to the Stage 1&2 report below.  

NB. Design layouts are indicative only. Further community discussions will begin again as soon as COVID regulations allow.

APRIL 2020. Following the award of £40,000 from Sustrans (a charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle) preliminary design work to convert the old Neilston to Uplawmoor railway line to a walking and cycling track is progressing.

Community information sessions were carried out in Uplawmoor and Neilston and the response was overwhelmingly in favour. There are some issues to be resolved involving parties owning and abutting the proposed link and discussions are underway. 

Martin Houston is our representative on the project.

 

Click here to Download a copy of the

Neilston - Uplawmoor Link Report

Neilston_Uplawmoor_Report.pdf

 

 


MUGA

If anyone would like to start some team games using the MUGA, we have some funds available for equipment, coaching etc.

Contact any Trustee for further details.

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The Playing Field

Thanks to the many volunteers who turned out in Autumn last year. Sections of the path running round the playing field were drained and re-laid. The wet winter we had showed the success of the work. 

There are still some sections to be done.

Before and after