Our work

We can support you to develop and manage your local path projects, through technical advice, support and training.

Walkers in Bonnybridge

Having access to good quality, well maintained community paths close to where people live is essential for encouraging everyone to be active.

Welcoming, safe and accessible outdoor environments can improve our physical, mental and social health by allowing people to be physically active outdoors, and helping people to connect with and get closer to nature.

Our Community Paths team provides support to community organisations, community groups and access professionals improving local paths throughout Scotland.

We empower communities in Scotland to take the lead in creating, promoting and maintaining safe, welcoming community paths and active routes for everyone by sharing our expert knowledge and resources and by providing training and funding opportunities.

Our services and advice are free to community groups, community councils, development trusts and access professionals in Scotland.

Our friendly team are ready to offer you the advice, support, training and funding you need to develop and deliver your Community Paths project, you can contact us at communitypaths@pathsforall.org.uk  or 01786 641851.

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Our Community Paths programme is supported by NatureScot and Transport Scotland.