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Other Developments

Other Community Developments

The Dingwall community is an active, vibrant one, and there are also other local people working hard to make the town and nearby a better place to live and work. While not directly affiliated with these groups, DCDC is pleased to share the following information about these projects in our area. If you have questions about any of their activities, or wish to support their endeavours, please contact the individual groups directly.

To have your group added to our site, please use the contact form to get in touch.

The Peffery Way Association

This group is actively working towards creating an all ability, low level foot and cycle path link between Dingwall and Strathpeffer, and the communities in between. The path will avoid crossing the road, railway and steep hills. Find out lots more here.

Dingwall Community Woodland

A local farm is considering creating a 25-acre native woodland for community use to the west of the town. The local resident questionnaire to gather views has now closed, but an outline of the project can be seen here.

James' Bridge

James' Bridge

Opened in December 2019, James’ Bridge was built by a Dingwall family in memory of their son, a young man who loved to walk by the canal. A huge effort by many, this bridge is of and for the community and the circular walk it allows for is there for all to enjoy. The story can be seen here.