Paths for All have moved from our Alloa office, where we have been homed between Inglewood House and Forrester Lodge for 23 years. The exciting move has been planned for over 2 years and will bring several benefits.
The new premises are part The Robertson Trust’s new charity hub which aims to be a space for Scotland’s charities and social enterprises to work and grow together. Paths for All are the first organisation to move into the new building. We will be joined by Forth Environment Link, Stirling Carers, Enable, Aberlour Childcare Trust and Stirling Heritage Trust, amongst others. Nearby organisations already within the precinct include Volunteer Scotland and Greenspace Scotland.
The new office is close to Stirling train and bus stations giving visitors and staff more opportunities to choose sustainable transport and reduce our carbon footprint.
The new premises will also have conference and training facilities on our doorstep where we hope to host events and welcome more visitors to see us in Stirling.
Ian Findlay CBE, Chief Officer at Paths for All, said:
"Paths for All have grown and thrived from our Alloa base. Our decision to move premises ensures the sustainability of our organisation and reflects our national role. We always work to be efficient and effective in the running of our organisation. The location in central Stirling will help more people to reach us by active and sustainable transport and will give us opportunities as part of a network of third sector organisations.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank our previous landlord Ceteris and our Alloa neighbours for hosting us so well for the last 23 of years. We will certainly miss the beautiful grounds around Forrester Lodge.
"If you’re in Stirling look out for our staff who will be discovering the lunchtime walking routes around Forthside!"