Are you a volunteer with a community path group? Join us in Perth on 4th February to learn from path projects from across Scotland.
If anyone is considering joining a walking group my advice would be not to be frightened and to come along and give it a go.
Waste deposit of colliery spoils and spent oil shale. Blaes from colliery spoil is either black or red. Black blaes contains coal dust which burns. Red blaes is inert, it has been burnt, and can be used as a construction material. Blaes from spent oil shale is pinkish, and similar in nature to red burnt colliery spoil. Blaes can be used as a general fill material or mixed with recycled road planings to produce a semi bound surface called toptrec.
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