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Originating in 1990 as a footpath sub committee of Helensburgh Community Council(HCC) and initially known as Helensburgh & District Access Forum (HADAF), the organisation became a registered charity in May 2001 (No. SC 031468) and in 2009 changed its name to Helensburgh & District Access Trust, becoming at that time a company limited by guarantee, company No.360787.
In March 2010 the Trust publicised the "Three Lochs Way", a long distance route first conceived of by its secretary, Alan Day, in 1991.
To date the Trust has created and repaired 12 km of paths and walking routes in the immediate vicinity of Helensburgh and with the Three Lochs Way, is actively engaged on a further 50 km. To date it has raised £140,000 which has been invested in access work for the benefit of this and future generations.
Further information about us can be found on our main website.
This website maintained by MacGillivray's on behalf of the Three Lochs Way website.
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